Here are additional details about the event…
The Crayon Initiative
The Crayon Initiative is a charity based in Danville, CA. They collect crayons from establishments like schools, restaurants, and households, then melt them down to create new crayons for hospitalized children. It’s the organization’s way of helping to uplift young patients through art programs, while also reducing the amount of waste that ends up in landfills.
Their charity has already collected more than 40 million crayons and donated them to 430,000 kids! The cause has been featured in The Today Show, People, BuzzFeed, Mashable, The Huffington Post, and Good Housekeeping. If you have some spare crayons at home, you can donate them to the organization. Or, you can find other ways to help by checking out their donation page.
The Golf Tournament
Scramble is a golf tournament format consisting of two or more players. It allows 4-person, 3-person, or 2-person teams to play. It’s one of the primary forms of golf tournaments for charity events. The rules are simple and informal. They are also subjected to changes, depending on the tournament organizer’s discretion.
Essentially, each person on the team hits a drive. Once everyone’s done taking a turn, all hits are compared to find the best. That shot gets marked and selected, while the other golfers grab their golf balls and place them on that spot.
Now, the second stroke begins, which has to follow the same process. Pick the best ball, and move the rest to that location to play the next stroke. The game continues until the ball is holed for a point.
- Single Golfer – Early Bird Price
1 Golfing Spot & 1 After Party Ticket
- Foursome – Early Bird Price
4 Golfing Spots & 4 After Party Tickets
- Players Card Package
Players Card Includes: 2 Mulligans, $500,000 & $100,000 Shootout Opportunities, ClubCorp Scratch Off Prizes, Entry Into the On-Course Games, etc.
- Foursome Players Card Package
4 Players Card Packages!
Each event entry option can be purchased for a maximum of twenty per person. For more information about pricing, visit The Crayon Initiative’s event registration page to learn more, or make a donation.