Price Cutter Charity Championship
You Can Help Youth With Disabilities for only $25
You can help youth with disabilities for only $25 and you could WIN a 2013 Ford Mustang GT, $10,000 or one of many other prizes at the Price Cutter Charity Championship (PCCC) August 8-11, 2013 at the Highland Springs Golf Club.
By supporting the Southwest Center for Independent Living (SCIL) Youth Services and the PCCC tournament, you will help area youth with disabilities transition into adulthood and live independently in the community.
Proceeds from PCCC will benefit SCIL Youth Services and our weekly "Your Life" group for youth with disabilities ages 14-24. The group teaches important life skills such as budgeting, social skills, healthy relationships and includes dances, bowling trips, baseball games and other recreational opportunities. The program also hosts an annual prom, provides camp scholarships and leadership opportunities for youth with all types of disabilities that would typically not have access to these experiences.
You can help support our cause by purchasing:
- $25 Raffle & Tournament Tickets – 4 day entrance to watch and a chance to win a 2013 Mustang GT, $10,000 or one of many other prizes. Drawing Sunday 8/11.
- VIP Tournament Tickets – entrance to VIP tent with food, drinks and air conditioning.
- Pro-Am Team – foursomes range from $1,200 to $10,000 and include ticket packages.
- Donate items to “Golf Ball” Auction 8/6 – services and products from your business.
- Underwrite the Tournament Guide, $500 per full page
You can donate by contacting SCIL over the phone at 417.886.1188, download the SCIL PCCC 2013 Flyer to complete and mail to 2864 S Nettleton Ave, Springfield, MO 65807 or email Nathan Zoromski for more information.
Thank you for your support!
Save these PCCC 2013 Dates:
Golf Ball Charity Auction, Tuesday August 6
Tournament, Thursday - Sunday August 8-11
Raffle Drawing, Sunday August 11
“I have always wanted Dennis to experience life by living on his own, making great friends and pursuing his dreams. SCIL has helped him learn the skills he needs to live independently with his disability.”Wanda – Springfield.