On Monday, July 13 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., The Cabbage Patch Settlement House will host its annual invitational golf tournament benefiting Louisvilleâ€™s at-risk children and families. The fundraiser will take place at Valhalla Golf Club, rated number one in Kentucky and listed among the top 100 Greatest Courses in America by Golf Digest.
This yearâ€™s event will feature a premium bourbon tasting immediately following the tournament. Player fees for the tournament range from $1,625 for one player to $6,500 for a team of four, and dinner and a cocktail reception are included. $1,125 of the per-player fee is a tax deductible donation that supports the at-risk children served by The Patch. Players can sign up at cabbagepatch.org/special-events/golf/
Proceeds from the event will benefit The Patchâ€™s Educational Opportunities and Recreation/Youth Development Programs where at-risk children receive:
â€¢ Structured educational programs designed to help students achieve their highest academic potential.
â€¢ Supervised Homework Helper, tutoring, computer training, scholarships and college visits.
â€¢ Athletics, camps and dozens of other recreational programs year-round.
For those who cannot participate in the 2015 Cabbage Patch Invitational Golf Tournament but would like to support its mission, volunteer and donation opportunities are detailed at cabbagepatch.org.