Fundraising With Thousand Hills Golf Course

Thousand Hills Golf Resort continues philanthropic partnerships within the Ozark Mountain community through golf course fundraising techniques. During 2013, several non-profit organizations ranging from area schools to private and public charitable organizations chose Thousand Hills Golf Resort to help facilitate their fundraising goals. Organizations can realize from $5,000 per event during Scrambles, Golf-A-Thons and upwards for Pro-Am and Celeb-Am events.

“One fantastic fundraising option is to schedule a 13-hole event which finishes at our Clubhouse just in time for a catered meal or awards ceremony. Basically, you receive four additional holes for the price of nine”, said Mike Rankin, Thousand Hills Pro Shop.

Thousand Hills Golf FundraisingThe increased draw to golf fundraisers is two-fold for the organization. Typically, golfers have extra income and are willing to pay more for an upscale resort such as Thousand Hills. Also, a well-planned event will bring back the same golfers year after year establishing a reoccurring fundraising opportunity for the organization.

Revenues can also be maximized by incorporating event registration fees that package lodging, food and beverage and meeting space. Try adding a silent auction or raffle. Thousand Hills has flexible indoor and outdoor meeting space to customize your event based upon your fundraising goals.

Lodging is available at every price point and allows you to expand your fundraising efforts outside your local area. Choose from a variety of accommodations including upscale suites, condos, townhouses or cabins. Staying in larger units such as a luxury, three bedroom condo stretch lodging dollars and our guests actually pay lower per bedroom rates than if they stayed in a moderately priced hotel.

The next time you need to raise money for your organization - Think Thousand Hills Golf Course. Our professional staff is waiting to guide you as your partner to make our communities better. Please call us at 855-353-0886.

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