MIDLAND (Big 2/Fox 24) – The 2020 “Survival Cup” golf tournament is coming up on September 15 to benefit the Centers for Children and Families and all of the work they do to help the community.
Melanie Saiz, the Marketing Director for Centers, says this will help the organization with some of relief funds they need as they help the area cope with the current mental health situation caused by the pandemic. Centers provides a number of mental health resources and services including free sessions for first responders and healthcare workers.
There are different levels of sponsorship for those who would like to get involved from a single-person silver donation for $150 to a platinum level for $3,000 which includes an actual “survival cup” with logo, one tee box sign, two four-person teams, eight mulligans, and eight raffle tickets.
The raffle is for a 23-year-old bottle of Pappy Van Winkle Reserve and tickets for this hard-to-find whiskey can be bought separately for $100.
For more information about the tournament or to purchase a raffle ticket you can contact Saiz directly by phone: (432) 349-3506 or email: email@example.com