Women’s Fund of Hawaii is holding its ninth annual Women Drivers Golf Tournament on Monday, Oct. 22, at Mid-Pac Country Club. Registration is at 10:30 with a shotgun start at 12 noon. Women-Only Golf Tournament Benefits Women And Girls
The tournament uses a scramble format with 20 percent team handicap (max handicap is 36), four-person teams, maximum two putts. Cost per team is $600 or $150 for an individual for a day full of fun, food, prizes and …..golf.
Sponsors this year are American Savings Bank, Veracity Payment Solutions, Bishop & Co., Jenkins Eye Care and the Cat Clinic.
Women’s Fund of Hawaii support innovative grassroots programs that benefit women and girls in Hawaii. Grants from Women’s Fund of Hawaii address the issues of violence, adolescent pregnancy, low self-esteem, physical and mental health problems, substance abuse, prostitution, incarceration, immigration status, sexual orientation, inadequate childcare and sports inequalities.
- WHAT: Women’s Fund of Hawaii Women Drivers Golf Tournament
- WHO: Women only four-person teams
- WHERE: Mid-Pacific Country Club, Kailua
- WHEN: Monday, October 22, 10:30 a.m. for registration; 12 noon shotgun start —
- WHY: To support innovative grassroots programs that benefit women and girls in Hawaii
Women are doing well in Hawai’i – there are countless examples of successful women in a variety of professions. But that’s only part of the Hawai’i story.
Far too many women in the Hawaiian Islands live in poverty. They cannot even meet the basic needs of food, shelter, medical care and transportation. They have a history of substance abuse, incarceration, violence or sexual abuse. Many are in poor physical and emotional health and have inadequate job opportunities. Others became mothers at too early an age.
These women have children. They, too, are living in poverty, and unless there is help, the cycle of poverty is destined to continue.
Without your help, too many women will fail. That is why the Women’s Fund of Hawai’i was established.
We believe that when one woman is not financially secure, safe and empowered, we are all less so.
When women thrive, families and communities prosper.