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8th Annual Charity Golf Classic Recap

BEST Fundraiser Golf Event Yet! 

8th Annual Charity Golf Classic

Our 8th Annual Charity Golf Classic took place on a slightly breezy and beautiful blue-skied day on the McCormick Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Valued sponsors and community partners—as well as amazingly generous individuals and golf course staff—helped make this year’s event the best yet! 

Overflowing with gratitude and awe, we are pleased to share that $518,184.28 was raised to be directly given back and benefit local charitable groups and organizations throughout Arizona. 100%!

We know that this would not have been possible without the support of many. Together we truly do more and have a greater impact in the lives of those who need help most. So, thank you, thank you from the bottom of our hearts!


Those That Benefit Most

Our mission at Lerner and Rowe Gives Back is to make a difference in the lives of people in need. That includes the impoverished, homeless, hungry, abused, and ill. 

We invite you to watch this video now to see firsthand how great an impact we can all have by joining resources to help the greater need. 


Almost Reached $1-Million Goal

The pandemic created many challenges throughout 2020. One of those challenges was the postponement of our 7th Annual Charity Golf Classic. As the golf classic is our biggest fundraising event, we were determined to squeeze it in before the end of the year.

On December 4, 2020, thanks once again to the generosity of sponsors, community partners, and individuals, $461,334 was raised! Add that total to what was raised in 2021, and we ended up a little over $20,400 shy of raising $1 million in five months.

This just goes to show that time and again, people are willing to step up in a BIG way. This goodwill is also reflected in the steady increase of proceeds raised year-after-year from each of our annual charity golf classics since 2016:  

  • 2019 = $420K
  • 2018 = just over $285k
  • 2017= just over $250k
  • 2016 = just over $200k

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