Upcoming Easterseals Golf Classic to benefit children with disabilities

Southwest Human Development’s annual Easterseals Golf Classic will return on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. Now in its sixth year, the tournament will be held at the Talking Stick Golf Club in Scottsdale.

The Easterseals Golf Classic, which benefits Southwest Human Development’s Easterseals services for children with disabilities, raised more than $81,400 last year. This year, the annual tournament falls on Veteran’s Day and in addition to supporting the nonprofit’s disabilities services, proceeds will also support Southwest Human Development’s early literacy services provided to active duty families at Luke Air Force Base. 

“The Easterseals Golf Classic is an fun opportunity for our community partners and us to work together to raise funds for our disabilities programs,” says Jake Adams, chief development officer for Southwest Human Development. “This has been a particularly challenging year for everyone, but it’s inspiring to see that our community is always eager to help support Arizona children and their families.”

The Easterseals Golf Classic will include breakfast, contest holes, a silent auction and other socially-distanced activities. The tournament is now accepting individual registrations, as well as foursomes, and sponsorship opportunities are also available.

To learn more about the Easterseals Golf Classic, visit swhd.org/golf.