So, your next decision is, "What golf outing should I sign up for?"These fundraisers are often a large part of the cashflow for smaller charities. Dig deep in your pockets and enjoy a day in the sunshine at the same time.
That's followed closely by, "Which charity should I support?" And then, "When is
that golf outing?" and "Which course is hosting it?"
That's where we can help make your life easy. Small Business Times
has launched the Wisconsin Golf Event Guide (www.golfeventguide.com/wisconsin).
SBT hereby invites all of Wisconsin's nonprofit organizations that
have annual golf outings to post the information about their events at the web
site. It's free. And free is good.
More than 40 organizations already have
taken us up on the offer in a soft launch earlier this week.
"We want to connect Wisconsin's charities with businesspeople who
are looking for a reason to get out and golf and support a good cause. Everybody
wins," said Dan Meyer, publisher of Small Business Times. "You can search the
Wisconsin Golf Event Guide by date, by charity name or by golf
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Make It For A Good Cause
Face it. Instead of cleaning the garage you were going out golfing anyway. Why not salve your conscience and hit the links for a good cause?