Antioch, CA, May 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Giant Step Youth Program is hosting their 1st annual Hole In One Golf Tournament on May 16, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event takes place at Lone Tree Golf Course and Event Center, 4800 Golf Course Rd. Antioch, CA 94531. The organization is now seeking sponsors.
"In addition to the Sponsorship opportunities, we also have an exciting raffle for players, fans, and guests," stated Fran Briggs of eMediaCampaigns! and Director of sponsorships. "Prizes include several $260.00 car details by Brentwood Auto Spa, delicious meals from the world-famous, Hazel Drive Inn, a Lexus sportswear package, San Francisco 49er's signature golf balls and Oakland Raiders' signature golf balls.
Funds generated underwrite the costs associated with the contest as well as benefit Brentwood, California's Giant Step Youth Program.
"A contribution of $100, $200 or $250 is always greatly appreciated by private and corporate sponsors. It includes local and national recognition in press releases as well as at the Golf Tournament," stated Kathy Stevens, Director of Giant Step Brentwood Program.
"We thank our early sponsors which include L. A. Sweet Tooth Confections from Los Angeles, Tailgaters Bar and Grill, and Firestone. We also appreciate our Hole Sponsors, Gary Nix, Richard Vass, Mike Patania, and Pastor Gary West," she concluded.
Electronic contributions are tax deductible and can be made by going to https://www.Paypal.com. The account is email@example.com
The registration form can be found on the organization's website,
http://www.thehouseatsunrise.com/upcoming-events.php. Alternatively, participants may contact Kathy Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For sponsorships and partnerships, individuals, corporations, and organizations can email email@example.com, or call 206.279.0818.
About Giant Step
Giant Step Brentwood Youth Program is a safe haven house on 2 acres for youth in Brentwood CA. Caring adult staff mentor andhelp this population grow spiritually and socially. Young people cultivate their ideas and talents through participation in weekly dinners, gardening, art shows, concerts, and other activities.