Golf for Education

Support The Oregon Garden’s Natural Resource Education Program!

Oregon Garden Foundation has postponed the 2020 Golf for Education event due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Thank you for all the companies and golfers who have supported this event for the past two years. Golf for Education is the primary funding for The Oregon Garden’s Natural Resource Education Program. Prior to Covid-19, 5,000 students visited The Oregon Garden each year to learn about ecology in the Rediscovery Forest and throughout the Garden. Right now we are looking at creative ways we can teach students at the Garden for the remainder of 2020 and Spring 2021. Donate here to help sustain this valuable program. We plan to relaunch this event in Summer 2021 at Creekside Golf Club in Salem, Oregon.

 

2021 Registration Coming Soon!

Registration

Player fee include continental breakfast, coffee, access to practice range, and an awards lunch to follow the tournament. If you’re not a golfer, you can still join us for the awards lunch as space allows.

Registration options:

  • 1 player entry fee $125
    • 18 holes of golf, access to driving range before tournament
    • Morning coffee with continental breakfast and Awards Lunch included
    • Vendor swag bag for all participants

Player Add Ons:

  • Competition package – $35 ($50 value)
    • 2 mulligans, 1 string and 1 entry to the longest drive competition
  • Putting string – $20 for 3 feet
  • Mulligans – $10 each
  • Longest drive contest entry – $10
  • Lunch for one – $25
    • Subject to availability

 

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are many sponsorship levels and packages to suit your promotional goals. Most sponsorship levels include player entry fees, continental breakfast, coffee, and the awards lunch.

Please email Isabella at isabellam@moonstonehotels.com to inquire about sponsorship opportunities. 

 

What It Supports – Natural Resources Education Program at The Oregon Garden

The Natural Resources Education Program serves over 5,000 children annually in partnership with Oregon Forest Resources Institute. This program provides free all day field trips for 4-6th grade Oregon students to teach them ecology and forestry principals at the Garden. The program provides day long field trips showcasing the Garden via unique educational opportunities and hands on learning to ecology and forestry principals. Students are able enjoy experiences in the demonstration forest, children’s garden and wetlands as well as tour the other garden grounds. The knowledge kids gain at the Garden helps inform them as future Oregon citizens for life.

 

Roth’s Education-Benefit Foundation

Education at the Garden is a long running tradition beginning with Roth’s Fresh Markets founder Orville Roth. Roth’s Education-Benefit Foundation has supported the Garden’s education program through many years of generous contributions and collaborations at The Oregon Garden.

 

The Oregon Garden Foundation thanks Roth’s Education-Benefit Foundation as a Producing Sponsor at The Doug-fir level for our second annual event. Proceeds of the event will go towards the Natural Resource Education Program.

 

We look forward to seeing you on the green!

Questions? Contact Alison Pennell, Oregon Garden Foundation, apennell@oregongarden.org or (503) 874-2535

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