Our Present Challenge
Arizona is among the top five states in the US with the highest concentration of veterans. Nearly one of five are disabled and growing number are homeless. Proceeds from previous Golf Events have benefited the following three Phoenix area veteran's support organizations.
Veterans First LTD
Preventing homelessness and stabilizing lives among our Women Veterans while providing referrals, resources and information to all Veterans, their families and caregivers.
The James Walton Home
Most homeless veterans don't want a handout; they want a hand up. They want to become a self sufficient, contributing member of society, The James Walton Home, operated by Project Veteran's Pride, provides male homeless veterans a 90 day transitional housing program where they are provided access to critical resources- housing specialist, job specialists, medical/psychological assessments and underutilized benefits assessments- to get back on their feet.
This is truly a home a place of loving, understanding and empowering. But also accountability, as veterans living at the James Walton Home are required to contribute by taking care of the home as if it were their own. Most importantly, 9 out of every 10 vets who come through the home fin permanent housing.
A photo history of our very successful 2019 ""Operation Helping Vets in Arizona" Charity Golf Event
Because of the Coronavirus outbreak, we have postponed the Event to April/May 2021. We will update as we confirm the date.
Photos By: Rick Bishop
Edited By: Rick Bishop
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