Presentations to Local Charities over the years
2022 Charity Golf Event
Our 2022 April 30th Charity Golf Event - "Driving 4 Veterans"
In 2022, The Veterans Club at Encanterra, a 501c3 corporation, raised over $90,000 with the support of our 2022 Charity Golf Tournament Sponsors and Golfers. We could not have done it without YOU. Those Charities are:
Veterans First LTD - helping homeless Arizona women veterans by providing assistance in finding affordable housing, referrals, resources and information to improve their lives.
This will be our fifth year in support Veterans First LTD.
Honoring/Hiring/Helping Our Heroes of Pinal County is an "all volunteer" organization that supports the Veterans and Military families of Pinal County. HOHP provides a "Hands Up" to our veterans in need. HOHP's focus is to foster independence and engender self esteem for those veterans. HOHP also provides transitional housing and training for Pinal County veterans.
Honor Flight pays homage to WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans by providing a three-day journey of honor and remembrance to their respective memorials in Washington D.C.
Veterans Scholarship Program for Local Veterans in conjunction with Central Arizona College. The Scholarship Program will compliment the veteran's VA Benefits focusing the College's Certificate Programs.
The 2023 Golf Event is already in the planning stages. New ideas and fun projects are moving forward. A tentative date will be posted shortly.
You will have the opportunity to help raise even more funds for these charities which Honor our Veterans and offer assistance and hope for local veterans. Click below for more information on Sponsorship or Foursomes.
The photos to the left are our 2021 check presentations to Veterans First LTD and HOHP.
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Members of the Veterans' Club at Encanterra join together in Camaraderie, Fellowship, to Honor Local Veterans and for the purpose of raising and distributing funds to assist the needs of United States and Allied veterans living in the State of Arizona that have been honorably discharged. These Veterans may require aid and assistance for themselves, their spouses, their families, their widows, their orphans and those veterans who are homeless, mentally challenged or partially or totally disabled.