The Future Begins at Home

You are invited to the First Congregational United Church of Christ Golf Outing to benefit Family Promise of Waukesha County. This event includes 18 holes of golf in a scramble format on a Donald Ross Golf Course at the Oconomowoc Golf Club.  Lunch with a drink is included. Cash bar is available. Number of golfers is limited.

Contact Jennifer Arnold for more information: 1-262-567-4461.

Registration deadline is July 19, 2021

QUICK EVENT SUMMARY

Golf outing on Monday, August 9, 2021. Check in 10 AM – Tee Time is Noon.

Sponsored by First Congregational United Church of Christ to benefit Family Promise of Waukesha County.

Cost is $135. Register by July 19

If you can’t golf, but want to be a part of the fun join us for post golf festivities including music, food and program. $30

Scramble format

Oconomowoc Country Club

For information about the event click on the button that says information. 

To register: download the registration form, fill it out and email it to jennifer@oconomowocucc.org  or mail with payment to:

First Congregational UCC   

815 S. Concord Rd.

Oconomowoc, WI 53066

 

Online payment is coming soon.

.5 WAYS TO GET INVOLVED:

1. Bring a foursome + Promote the event

2. Become a sponsor. 

3. Donate an experience to the Live Auction.

4. Volunteer

5. Make a donation to Family Promise.

Proceeds of the event will help Family Promise of Waukesha County serve low income families and families experiencing homelessness. Most funds will go toward the Future Begins at Home  which focuses on helping families remain in their homes before eviction. Preventing family homelessness is infinitely better for families and children. Homelessness is a traumatic experience for families and children which has a lifelong impact on children. We know that the future of every child is helping their family to maintain their home.

Since 2014, Family Promise of Waukesha County has offered shelter to families who have lost their homes, assistance to families to prevent families from losing their homes and ongoing support to stabilize families who previously participated in the program. 90% of families who complete the program remain in their home.