Birdies for Charity

Birdies Mean Bucks for
Homeward Bound Families

You can make Homeward Bound big bucks by making a
pledge in the Birdies for Charity competition at the
2011 Waste Management Phoenix Open!

How Do I Play Birdies for Charity?

Simply pledge one cent or more for every birdie that will be made
by the PGA TOUR players, Thursday, Feb. 3 through Sunday, Feb. 6
of the 2011 Waste Management Phoenix Open.
It’s estimated that between 1,300 and 1,800 birdies will be made.
Inclement weather may affect the total.

How Much Will I Owe and Who Do I Pay?

After the tournament, if you pledged one cent per birdie
and 1,500 birdies were made you’ll receive an invoice for $15.00
from Thunderbirds Charities. You can either make your check
payable to Thunderbirds Charities or provide credit card information.
(Do not pay Homeward Bound directly.)

Deadline is February 6, 2011
PLEDGE NOW – Click Here
Homeward Bound’s Charity Number is 16

For additional information please contact:
Dawn Bogart


About Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound is a 12-to-24-month transitional housing program that assists families with children to achieve long-term self-sufficiency and break the cycles of homelessness, welfare and domestic violence. In addition to housing, Homeward Bound provides case management, employment assistance, mental health counseling, and life skill classes including budgeting, parenting, and home maintenance. Homeward Bound also provides affordable childcare to client families. Homeward Bound is a nationally recognized program designed for families willing to work toward repairing their lives and becoming self-sufficient. Homeward Bound is a "hand up, not a handout."
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