LEFT FOOT STUDIO FOUNDATION 1ST ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION FORM
Tournament will be held at Meadowbrook Country Club on Monday June, 26 2017. Registration begins at 8:00 AM. Shotgun start at 9:00am. Lunch and raffle will be following play. All proceeds go to Left Foot Studio Foundation. Cost Per Player Is $125.00 or $500.00 per team. Sponsors are as Follows:
Corporate Sponsorship $5,000__________
Includes two teams of four, hole signage on tee box, large company logo on banner, recognized as tournament corporate sponsor
Platinum Sponsorship $1,000__________
Includes team of four, hole signage on tee box, company logo on banner
Gold Sponsorship $650__________
Includes team of four, hole signage on tee box
Hole Sponsorship $250__________
Includes hole signage on tee box
Hole-In-One Prizes on Course
Hole #16 Toro 48” Grandstand Mower Sponsored by Bloss Equipment Rental
Please make all checks payable to Left Foot Studio Foundation
City, State, Zip:______________________ Phone:_____________________________
To reserve a team/Pay or any questions
Eric Moritz (918) 645-3988 firstname.lastname@example.org
Left Foot Studio Foundation Mission:
WHAT IS LEFT FOOT STUDIO FOUNDATION?
Left Foot Studio Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity organization. LFS was established October 25th of 2016 to ensure that all children receive the same opportunity to participate in youth athletics, regardless of their financial status. Youth athletics have become more elite, expensive, and exclusive with each passing year. LFS is striving to serve all interested youth soccer players by helping them establish & achieve goals in all aspects of life.
The LFS Foundation after school program began at Clark Elementary where a startling 98% of the students receive government assistance for meals & necessities. Today, the LFS Foundation volunteers serve over 150 interested youth soccer players at 7 “Union Community Elementary Schools” in Tulsa, OK. Unfortunately, 75% or more of these students enrolled in a Union Community School are accepted for free or reduced lunches and obviously cannot afford the expense of youth athletics. Our goal is to instill “Hope and Guidance” for these students in ALL of Tulsa by using an elite level of soccer training/education as our vehicle.
1ST ANNUAL LFS FOUNDATION GOLF TOURNAMENT
Our success at LFS Foundation would not be possible without our generous volunteers and donations, but we must expand our fundraising efforts to continue providing for these children. We are hosting our first annual LFS Foundation Golf Tournament at Meadowbrook Country Club on June 26th 2017 and we hope you can participate. Your generous contribution and/or participation will help provide the children with proper athletic clothing, proper training equipment (balls, cones, goals, fields, etc.) and a professional soccer education from local coaches/players. Please consider helping us improve the quality of life for these youth in Tulsa and our community will benefit as well.
Tournament details are attached to this communication, but please feel free to call or email Michael Moritz (Union HS Varsity Coach) at: 918-704-4886 or email@example.com
Please click on links below to view our inspiring testimonials:
-Team sports that encourage teamwork, character & self-esteem have been proven to reduce youth crime in high risk areas by as much as 49%.
-Opportunities for at risk youth to participate in team sports are 1/4 that of the general population of the same age.
-Statistics show that 92% of high school athletes are less likely to get involved with drugs.
-Student athletes are 80% less likely to have an unplanned pregnancy.
-Student athletes are 3 times more likely to graduate than non-athletes.
-Studies have shown that student athletes had a GPA nearly a full point higher than non-athletes.
-Student athletes have a dropout rate of 0.7% compared to 8.98% for non-athletes.
“The evidence supporting sports participation for young people is overwhelming…it has the power to combat everything from racism to low self-esteem, to high school drop-out rates.” Sue Castle, Executive Producer of PBS Sports. GET IN THE GAME.