2013 Birdies for Charity

2013 Birdies for Charity

Take action at the 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open through the tournament’s Birdies for Charity Program. You don’t need to be a golfer or even a golf fan to participate. Your pledge will help us raise and train Playing Birdies for Charity is simple and fun! Guess the amount of birdies Professional Golfers will make during the tournament. Your donation is based on the actual number of birdies made. For example, if you

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pledge five cents per birdie and 1,500 are made, your pledge would amount to $75. In recent years, the PGA TOUR professionals have averaged approximately 1,500 birdies. Also with your pledge, consider splitting it up amongst your family/pet members. (15 cents pledge among 3 people = 5 cents per member) There is no minimum or maximum amount required to pledge! Our goal is to raise money through the Birdies for Charity program and earn a booth at the tournament site. Due to the large volume of individual pledges last year, we earned a booth, increased our visibility and raised over $27,000 for Power Paws! Help us earn that booth!   Choose Power Paws Assistance Dogs (#246) as your charity, or Power Paws will do it for you! Simply reply to us by calling (480) 970-1322 with your pledge amount along with your first and last name, email, address and phone number. If you have questions, please call us at (480) 970-1322.

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