3rd Annual Golf Outing

a closeup of 'teed-up' golf ball facing an iron

Please Join Us for this Highly Visible Event at the Beautiful Southpointe Golf Club

Summer is just around the corner, and it’s time to start thinking about golf…more specifically, the 3rd Annual City Mission Golf Outing on August 24, 2020!  Please join us for this highly visible event at the beautiful Southpointe Golf Club, where you’ll enjoy the challenge of an exceptional golf course and the chance to learn more about City Mission’s services and programs for the homeless.

City Mission uses all proceeds from the Golf Outing to help restore the lives of homeless men, women, children, and veterans in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Every person who comes to our doors is offered a second chance and the hope of recovery, transformation, and restoration

Below you can find details of Golf Packages and Sponsorship Opportunities for this 3rd Annual Golf Outing.  City Mission is a 501c3, and your contributions to this event are tax deductible.  For questions about your Golf Package or Sponsorship for the 3rd Annual City Mission Golf Outing, please contact Eric Smith, Corporate Relations Manager at 724-222-8530 ext. 284 or via email at esmith@citymission.org.

City Mission uses all proceeds from the Golf Outing to help restore the lives of homeless men, women, children, and veterans in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Every person who comes to our doors is offered a second chance and the hope of recovery, transformation, and restoration.  Please consider becoming a sponsor for this event and partnering with City Mission so that our life-changing programs and services can continue to be offered.

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Details of the upcoming Annual Golf Outing

Thank you in advance for your interest and support of our efforts.  We can not thank you enough for your generosity and willingness to support the work that we’ve been called to do, serving the least and the lost.  Without your generosity we could not help recover, restore and transform the men, women and children we serve.  Your support of City Mission is greatly appreciated.  May God bless you!

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Registration Form

Please register here.

May 6, 2020
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Sue Gartland
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