Guadalupe Center, a nonprofit organization focused on breaking the cycle of poverty through education for the children of Immokalee, has announced sponsors for its upcoming Guadalupe Charity Golf Classic.
Platinum sponsors are Vineyards Country Club and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. BCB Homes, Fifth Third Bank, First Florida Integrity Bank and Lee Health Foundation are gold sponsors; The Moglia Family Foundation on behalf of Amy and Paul Heuerman is a silver sponsor; and London Bay Homes is a bronze sponsor.
Audi of Naples and Naples Infiniti are hole-in-one sponsors, while Gulfshore Life is the media sponsor and lunch sponsor. Auction partners include Naples Wine Collection, Ritz-Carlton Tiburon Golf Resort, Season’s 52 and Tastebuds Custom Catering.
The 4th annual Guadalupe Charity Golf Classic is set for Friday, April 20 at Vineyards Country Club, 400 Vineyards Blvd. in Naples.
“All available foursomes were filled well in advance of the golf tournament, and we are blessed that so many generous businesses and individuals have stepped forward this year with sponsorships,” said Dawn Montecalvo, president of the Guadalupe Center. “Proceeds from the Golf Classic will help support our Summer Enrichment Program, so the extra funds mean we can expand our offerings to additional students.”
Guadalupe Center offers an Early Childhood Education Program for youth up to 5 years old, an After-School Tutoring and Summer Enrichment Program for students in kindergarten, first and second grades, and the Tutor Corps Program for college-bound Immokalee High School students. All three educational programs have a waiting list.
Hole sponsorships and tickets to the awards party are still available. For more information about the golf tournament, please visit GuadalupeCenter.org/apps/pages/GuadalupeGolf.
About Guadalupe Center
Guadalupe Center is a purpose-driven, nonprofit organization with proven results in creating endless possibilities for the students of Immokalee through education and fostering personal and academic success that leads to economic independence. With a focus on breaking the cycle of poverty through education, Guadalupe Center is proud of the children’s accomplishments: 94 percent exceed kindergarten readiness measures, 100 percent of Tutor Corps high school seniors graduate high school and are accepted into college, and more than 90 percent graduated with a post-secondary degree.