Birdies for Charity - THE PLAYERS Championship 2021
Who is eligible to participate?
Northeast Florida charitable organizations that are recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) are eligible to participate in Birdies for Charity.
How does Birdies for Charity work?
- Charitable organizations solicit individuals to make a donation (minimum $20) to their organization via the Birdies for Charity program
- The individual solicited to make a donation is also given the chance to make a guess at how many birdies will be made at THE PLAYERS Championship 2019. A tie-breaker question will also be asked.
- After THE PLAYERS Championship is over, the individual who guesses the exact number of birdies made (or closest thereto) has a chance to win the Grand Prize... $10,000!
- In the event of a tie, a winner will be determined by who most accurately guesses the total number of balls hit into the water at No. 17. If there are multiple winners after the initial tie-breaker, THE PLAYERS will ask additional tie-breaker questions until a grand prize winner is determined.
How does this benefit the charitable organization?
THE PLAYERS Championship has committed $150,000 to the Birdies for Charity BONUS POOL, which provides participating charities the opportunity to receive bonus dollars. Organizations are divided into two tiers. Included in Tier 1 are organizations with an operating budget of up to $1 million. Tier 2 includes organizations with an operating budget of more than $1 million.
- Tier 1 Bonus Pool = $75,000
- Tier 2 Bonus Pool = $75,000
Who is eligible to donate?
All donations must be provided by an individual, NOT a company or foundation. Each donor must make a Birdies guess and answer a tie-breaker question for their donation to be an eligible entry assigned to the charity of their choice, as listed on the charity's donation report Form.
Jan 11 - Mar 10, 2021
Birdies for Charity Contest
Make a donation to your favorite charity, guess how many birdies will be made at THE PLAYERS 2021!
Bishop Snyder High School ...
Bishop John J. Snyder High School is a private Roman Catholic high school in Jacksonville, Florida, United States. It was established in 2002 and located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine.
Challenge Enterprises of North Florida ...
Please, join Challenge Enterprises in promoting the American Dream by supporting the mission to create inclusive educational and residential settings, as well as securing valuable work opportunities.
Children's Home Society of Florida ...
CHS leads the way in developing and delivering solutions that drastically change life trajectories for children and families.
We’re different because we invest in lasting solutions, not short-term fixes. We empower children and families to cross bridges that lead to success.
At CHS, we are reimagining the future of foster care. We’re creating a world where children are safer — where they don’t enter foster care in the first place. We’re addressing the root causes that lead to dangerous situations … and we’re implementing one-of-a-kind solutions that will change the future for children, families and communities.
Communities In Schools of Jacksonville ...
Communities In Schools of Jacksonville has kept students on track for graduation for more than 30 years and has helped more than 110,000 individual students. We have seen firsthand that any obstacle to learning – even the small ones – can add up to make a significant impact on a child’s development. That’s why we’re embedded in the lives of our students and families to help them overcome obstacles that range from learning disabilities and social struggles to food insecurity and homelessness.
We serve students in Duval County Public Schools every day by surrounding them with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our programs impact struggling students through case management, literacy tutoring and afterschool programs. Our staff works with hand in hand with school administration, teachers, parents and neighborhood partners – including local government, businesses, other nonprofits and civic organizations – to bolster student success.
At Communities In Schools of Jacksonville, our goal is for all Duval County students to excel in school and grow into successful adults who make our community a better place. To learn more, check out our digital booklet and most recent reports.
Episcopal Children's Services ...
Episcopal Children’s Services helps underserved children in Northeast and Central Florida build a strong foundation for educational success. Working with children from birth to age 5 – the most critical years for cognitive development – ECS’s dedicated teachers and staff use curriculums based on the latest research and best practices to help families ensure their youngsters enter school ready to learn.
First Tee - North Florida ...
First Tee has established Nine Core Values that represent some of the many inherently positive values connected with the game of golf.
By participating in First Tee, kids are introduced to these core values which are incorporated throughout the program. Parents are encouraged to reinforce these behaviors by talking about them, what they mean and what these behaviors can look like at home.
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind ...
The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind is a state-supported boarding school for deaf and blind children established in 1885, in St. Augustine, Florida, United States.
Hope at Hand ...
Hope At Hand is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides art and poetry sessions to vulnerable and at-risk youth populations. Using creativity, language, art and therapeutic approaches, we facilitate healing and personal growth for children and adolescents. However minor, most people have a relationship with poetry in some way.
Junior League of Jacksonville ...
The Junior League of Jacksonville is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.
L'Arche Jacksonville ...
L’Arche Jacksonville is a community with four family-style homes, the Blanchart Community Center and an off-site day program called the Rainbow Workshop.
We believe that by creating an environment where people with intellectual and physical disabilities can share their gifts, we are affecting a positive change in the world. We believe that these shared gifts have the power to transform the lives of those who are open to receiving them. We celebrate the unique value of every person and recognize our need for one another. We resolve to explore and appreciate the diverse cultures and faith practices within L’Arche and to work together toward a more evolved and caring human society.
Make-A-Wish Central and Northern Florida ...
This one belief guides us in everything we do at Make-A-Wish. It inspires us to grant life-changing wishes for children going through so much. It compels us to be creative in exceeding the expectations of every wish kid. It drives us to make our donated resources go as far as possible. Most of all, it's the founding principle of our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child.
NORTH FLORIDA JUNIOR GOLF FOUNDATION ...
Develop your skills and receive top training from our junior golf foundation in Jacksonville, Florida. At North Florida Junior Golf Foundation, we act as a resource for members of the community who participate in junior golf tournaments.
The North Florida Junior Golf Foundation (NFJGF) was founded to provide competitive and instructional play for junior golfers aged 7-19 wishing to gain tournament experience, enhance their golf skills and life skills. The program strives to reinforce the positive spirit of sportsmanship and competitive camaraderie that the game of golf represents. In addition, the NFJGF is proud to offer scholarships to players who have applied for assistance.
River Garden Foundation ...
Our community was founded in 1946 by a group of determined and visionary Jewish women who recognized a need to establish a home for the elderly, serving people with Jewish needs as well as others with special care needs from the greater Jacksonville community.
Today River Garden is a comprehensive system of senior care services offering independent living accommodations, long-term skilled nursing, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, adult day services and home health care. River Garden predates the Medicare and Medicaid programs and the “business” of senior care, and has continued to uphold standards that far exceed the requirements of publicly funded programs.
Waste Not Want Not ...
Waste Not Want Not, a volunteer-based group, exists to prevent the discarding of items that can be used to fight hunger and poverty in our community.
2021 Birdies for Charity Official Rules
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