Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) will return to the Eagle River Golf Course to host its 18th annual golf tournament fundraiser Friday, May 29, and is seeking sponsors for the event. 

The fundraiser will include an 18-hole, four-person scramble, challenge and betting holes, raffle, luncheon, awards ceremony and a chance to win $10,000 in the hole-in-one contest. The event draws an average of 95 people. Last year’s golf outing raised close to $20,000.

“As a nonprofit we rely heavily on sponsors to make our golf outing a success,” TFT Executive Director Robin Ginner said. “As this is only one of two fundraisers that we host annually, we appreciate each and every sponsor and do all we can to acknowledge their support before, during and after the event.”

Sponsor benefits include recognition on event signage, commemorative shirts, TFT’s website,  newsletter and annual printed program and in public service announcements before and during the tournament. Sponsors also can provide promotional items in participant gift bags. Top sponsors receive golf registration for a team of four (a $600 value) and their organization’s name attached to the event.

Sponsorship levels available include Presenting ($2,500), Lunch ($1,500), Breakfast ($1,000), Challenge Holes ($500), Traditional Holes ($250) and Contributors (less than $250). All sponsorships are tax-deductible. 

Monies raised at this event support natural resources education and sustainable forestry outreach, and provide access through scholarship funds for kindergarten through 12th-grade students in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan.

“In addition to being a sponsor, individuals and companies can also support the event and show their support of natural resources stewardship by participating on a golf team, donating an item for the raffle or volunteering at the event,” added Ginner. 

For more information and sponsorship and registration forms, visit treesfortomorrow.com or contact Ginner at (715) 479-6456 or rginner@treesfortomorrow.com.