MBW Sponsors Strength in Support Golf Tournament Two Years In A Row
MBW is proud to announce our continued title sponsorship of the Strength in Support Charity Golf Tournament. Last year, we helped sell the event out and raised enough money to create real, palpable impact for the men and women in the armed forces. Just like last year, proceeds from the event will go toward providing support for mental health services for active military members, veterans, and their families, a cause that is incredibly important to the MBW family.
This year’s tournament is taking place at the Monarch Golf Links in Dana Point, the perfect place for a picturesque afternoon of golf. As a stark reminder of the families we’re helping, the event will occur on September 11th. But even if golf isn’t your passion, you can still support the organization by becoming a sponsor, donating to the event, or participating in the public auction.
Here’s how you can help:
1. Join MBW and become a sponsor.
The Strength in Support Golf Tournament has a variety of sponsorship levels available for those who’d like to help. Visit charityvalet.com/sis2017 to learn more.
2. Sign up to play golf as a single foursome at the golf tournament.
Not only can you play golf, but you can make a difference while having fun. Join us for this fun-filled day of golf, food, activities, and more. Visit charityvalet.com/sis2017 to register.
3. Make a donation to the cause.
If you’re not able to attend, please consider making a donation to support the lives of our veterans and their families. Visit charityvalet.com/sis2017 to make a donation today.
Visit StrengthInSupport.org for more information about veteran’s needs and how you can make a huge impact in your community. We hope to see you on the green in September!
Our sponsorship of this event is a part of our “Making a Better World” initiative, as MBW has pledged to support our communities in various ways. MBW is passionate about veterans, as some of our employees have risked their lives for this country and wanted to help change the declining amount of funding for their brothers and sisters in arms.