American Golf Association Announced an All New Fundraiser Program to Benefit Fraternities and Sororities
The American Golf Association (AGA) has developed a new fundraiser program that helps fraternities and sororities raise funds for their organizations. The program leverages social media including Facebook, LinkedIn, internet radio, and websites to build a reoccurring revenue stream to the organization.
The program works like this, the organization enrolls a new American Golf Association member and they receive $15 for each annual enrollment and the organization will continue to receive $15 each and every time the member renews their membership.
To help jump start the program the American Golf Association will award an additional $1,000 scholarship to each fraternity or sorority for every 500 members enrolled up to December 31st, 2013.
Membership benefits include: AGA – Online Tee Times, AGA Handicap Service, AGA – Mobile Course GPS, and support to the AGA – Golf Schools a $275 total value for a $49 investment. To find out more details on AGA membership benefits go to My-AGA.org/Membership-benefits/
The American Golf Association is a local nonprofit positive youth development organization, with national resources, that introduces the game of golf and its inherent values to young people. Through the AGA – Golf Schools, the AGA helps shape the lives of young people from all walks of life by reinforcing values like integrity, respect and perseverance through the game of golf. It has made a difference, one young person at a time. The AGA’s research-proven programs have and are making a positive impact on participants, their families, and their local communities.
The purpose of the American Golf Association is to positively impact the lives of young people by providing interactive educational programs that build Confidence, Courage, and Character, while promoting lifelong health and having Fun through the game of golf.
MJ (Michael Jensen) Managing Director