Waterloo, IA – Cedar Valley United Way will host its 15th Annual United Way Golf Classic on Friday, June 18, at South Hills Golf Course in Waterloo. The event, presented by SCHEELS, will help raise the first dollars of the 2021 Campaign.
Teams of four will play eighteen holes with an 8-inch cup best shot. First-, second-, and third-place winners of each flight will win prizes of golf bags, clubs, balls, or apparel. Additional flag events will be available for longest drive, closest to the pin, and longest putt.
The United Way Golf Classic focuses on bringing people together to score a hole-in-one for our community. Each year at the United Way Golf Classic, we play golf to change lives and help provide the best life for individuals and families in our community.
SCHEELS events leader, Jeremia Matz, explained that SCHEELS enjoys sponsoring the Golf Classic because they “get to be part of such great organizations like United Way and give back to our local community.”
Your support helps make our community stronger. To register for the Cedar Valley United Way’s Golf Classic, presented by SCHEELS, visit https://www.cedarvalleyunitedway.org/golf, email UnitedWay@cvuw.org, or call 319-235-6211.
Thank you to our other major sponsors: Shirt Shack, Dan Deery Motor Co., Community Motors, Townsquare Media, Hy-Vee, Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo and Waterloo Tent and Tarp.
All money raised during the Golf Classic and throughout the Cedar Valley United Way campaign will be put to work supporting local programs that focus on health, education, financial stability and emergency and basic needs. For the 2020-2021 grant cycle, Cedar Valley United Way is providing funding to 63 impactful programs at 38 organizations throughout the Cedar Valley that focus on these key areas.
About Cedar Valley United Way: The Cedar Valley United Way holds annual campaigns and distributes funds to worthy programs, and so much more. Our mission is to be the expert on the complex and ever-changing human condition throughout the Cedar Valley. Our unique fund distribution and community planning process calls on volunteers and staff to determine community need, assessing agencies and programs to make sure an effective safety net is established for individuals and families. With careful planning, we make sure the resources – including dollars, volunteers and in-kind services – go where they will do the most good and help make the Cedar Valley an even better place to live. To learn more about Cedar Valley United Way and our work in the community, visit cedarvalleyunitedway.org.