Sponsorship opportunities available for 17th annual Trees' golf outing

EAGLE RIVER, WI – Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) will host its 17th annual golf tournament fundraiser on Friday, May 31.
This event raises money to support natural resources education and sustainable forestry outreach, and to provide access through scholarship funds for K-12 students in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan.
The fundraiser will be held at the Eagle River Golf Course in Eagle River, WI. It will include an 18-hole, 4-person scramble, challenge and betting holes, raffle, luncheon, awards ceremony and a chance to win $10,000 in the hole-in-one contest. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m., with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
“Our golf outing is one of two fundraising events that we do each year,” TFT Executive Director, Robin Ginner, said. “Sponsors are a huge part of the event’s success and there are many opportunities to participate from sponsoring the entire event, meals or one of 18 holes. No matter which level of sponsorship you choose, it’s a great way to showcase your organization.”
All sponsors receive recognition in TFT’s newsletter and can provide promotional items for the participant gift bags. Other benefits may include the sponsor’s name or logo on the website, including a link to their organization’s site, logo on the back of the commemorative T-shirt, and on a sign by the hole or item they’re sponsoring. Top sponsors also receive golf registration for a team of four and their name attached to the event in all promotional materials.
Last year’s event raised close to $20,000 to ensure educational opportunities for students attending TFT. The event is held rain or shine.
“Besides being a sponsor, people can also support the event and show their support of natural resources stewardship by participating as a golf team, donating an item for the raffle or volunteering at the event,” added Ginner.
Trees For Tomorrow, founded in 1944, is an accredited non-profit specialty school that combines outdoor recreation with natural resources education for over 10,000 students, teachers and adults each year on its Eagle River campus.  For more information, contact Chantel Kuczmarski at 715-479-6456 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..