Going for the Green: An Insider's Guide to Raising Money with Charity Golf

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Emerson & Church, Publishers, 2008 - Business & Economics - 156 pages
 

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Contents

To golf or not to golf that is the question
11
Why do a golf tournament?
13
When to start your planning
19
If you host it will they come?
21
How to attract players
25
Involving the right people
29
What will it cost?
33
How to choose the format
39
Making changes
71
Creating sponsorships setting a budget
75
Getting the word out
83
Computerizing the process
87
Building momentum
89
Tournament day is approaching
93
The big day is here
95
Making next years tournament better
101

Spicing up your tournament
43
Leadership and committees
51
Creating a good mix on your team
57
When do we play?
61
Highcost or lowcost event?
67
Last word
105
TWOMINUTE REVIEW
107
APPENDIX
111
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About the author (2008)

Tom King has worked with nonprofit organizations for more than a quarter century as a teacher, recreation therapist, program director, executive director, PR director, development officer, workshop facilitator, media consultant, advocate, and organizer. King has facilitated five startup nonprofits, reorganized two and was appointed to the Texas Department of Transportation's Public Transportation Advisory Committee for his transit advocacy work. A veteran charity golf tournament organizer, King has planned and directed a string of successful charity tournaments and special events. He is currently developing virtual-village.org, a networking tool for volunteers, advocates, community leaders, staff and organizers of faith and community-based agencies.

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