2014 Saginaw Promise
GOLF OUTING

Event Details:

A Proud Event Sponsor

When: Friday, September 19, 2014
            Registration:
7:30 AM - 8:25 AM
            Shotgun start:
9:00 AM

Where:  


Price:

  • Single Registration: $85 (one person, includes 18 holes of golf with cart, Omelet Breakfast: (7:00 - 8:30) & dinner after your round)
  • 4-Person Group: $340 (four person scramble - each player plays the best ball of the four)

Sponsorhip Opportunities

Dinner Sponsor - $3,000

  • Sponsor name displayed and announced at the dinner
  • Foursome with a cart
  • Opportunity to have a display table at the event
  • Name listed in program and on the website

Breakfast Sponsor  - $1,500

  • Sponsor name displayed and announced at the breakfast
  • Opportunity to have a display table at the event
  • Name listed in the program and on the website

Cart Sponsor  - $500

  • Name on Golf Carts and in the Program

Beverage Sponsor  - $300

  • Sponsor name announced at the dinner and name in program

Hole-In-One Sponsor  - $250

  • Name on the Hole in One hole and in Program

Hole Sponsor (18) - $150

  • Name on hole (Deadline May 10, 2013)‌

PAY ONLINE OR For additional sponsorship information, 
contact Kendrick Kemp a 989-755-0545 Saginaw Promise Golf Outing

Prize Donations: All sponsors will be recognized with a "Thank you" in the Saginaw News. All sponsors also have the opportunity to include an item in the golfer bags.


There are 2 different ways you may register:

  1. By simply clicking the appropriate link above;

  2. Or call our office at 989.964.7015


About the Program:                    

The Saginaw Promise combines private and public dollars to establish a scholarship to fund a maximum of up to $2,727 per year for a two-year degree and up to $8,000 per year of a four-year degree program at a public or private university, accredited trade or vocational school in Michigan. The Saginaw Promise is intended to be a “last dollar” scholarship, used to cover tuition and other mandatory fees not covered by federal, state, private, or other grants or scholarships.

 

10 Things About Saginaw Promise

  1. Saginaw Promise is designed to become self-funding. Initial funding will be raised through private gifts and the State of Michigan legislation allows the Promise Zone Authority to recapture half of the increase in State Education Tax.
  2. Students must reside within the boundaries of the Saginaw Public School District to apply.
  3. Students must graduate from a high school within the Saginaw Public School District.
  4. The amount of the Saginaw Promise Scholarship will be pro-rated based upon the number of years of attendance.
  5. Eligible post-secondary schools include any accredited public or private college, community college or vocational school. Funding for private colleges will be capped at the cost of a state university.
  6. The Promise Funds cover tuition and mandatory fees. It does not cover room and board.
  7. Students are required to fill out the FAFSA application annually and must accept all federal and/or state aid. Promise funds will be applied after government grants and scholarships.
  8. Students must meet the application and academic requirements of the educational institution they choose to attend.
  9. Beginning with the Class of 2012, Saginaw Promise expects to raise the necessary funds to cover two years of tuition.
  10. Contact Saginaw Promise for more information 989-980-3232.