The CHIPD IN National Championship Team Scramble Adds Three Nonprofits
Orlando, FL–The CHIPD IN National Championship Team Scramble at Shingle Creek Golf Club has selected three additional Florida-based charities as beneficiaries: Harbor House, MS Foundation, and Big Brothers Big Sisters Central Florida joining the growing list of beneficiaries including 1 Voice Foundation and Panhandle Warrior Partnership.
The Team Scramble Competition will be part of the CHIPD IN National Championship on October 15-16 at Rosen Shingle Creek. Each Team will select which of the two days their team will be playing as well as the benefiting charity of their choice. Players can register individually for $165 or field a 4 member team for $600. You can register at CHIPDIN.com/pages/national-championship-scramble.
“We could not be happier to continue adding to our list benefiting nonprofits in Florida,” explained Tom Kidd, Founder of Joan L. Kidd Fight for Life Continuum. “These organizations will directly benefit from our and the teams’ efforts playing to support them. It’s a win-win. Come out with your friends for a round of world-class golf while giving back to the community.”
Each team will receive:
- 18 holes of Scramble Team Competition.
- Tickets to pairings party/food and beverage Friday evening 10/14.
- Tickets to House of Blues Concert Friday night 10/14.
- Exhibition by two-time World Long Drive Champion Tim Burke prior to the party.
- Hole Sponsorship sign or banner
The Fight for Life Golf Series is part of the Joan L. Kidd MD Fight for Life Continuum, LLC, an organization providing fundraising programs and producing events that benefit nonprofits that have raised more than $1 million for more than 60 nonprofit organizations and invested more than a half million dollars to support cancer patients and their families since 2016.