The seventh-annual RainFest Golf Challenge will benefit Salem Leadership Foundation (SLF) and our mission to help Salem-Keizer become the healthiest community in Oregon: truly the City of Shalom.  Kids, families, neighborhoods … healthy!

Golf in February?  Yep!  We are inviting you to to play 18 holes with us on Monday, February 26, and raise some serious bucks for SLF (last year it was $90,100!).  It may rain, the wind may howl … bring it on – FORE!    With hardy participation from 40-44 golfers, we can raise $100,000 (or more!) in the next several weeks to support SLF and our 50+ neighborhood partners.  We also have a great Tee-Off Dinner at Roberts Crossing in early February, and a Champions Wine Dinner for those raising $2,500+ in pledges.

Here is what each “RainFest Champion” commits to:

  1. Put Monday, February 26th, on your calender to play 18 holes at historic Salem Golf Club.  No matter what the weather, we’ll keep you warm, well-fed, and moving around the course.  Be there by 9:30, done by 3:30 p.m.  Lots of great prizes and laughs.
  2. Sponsor yourself for at least $100 (can be more), and …
  3. Give your best effort to make 25-40 contacts and strive for $2,500 in pledges. This is easier than you think, as people will be more than happy to support you in your valiant “wind-and-rain” endurance to support SLF.  Last year 16 raised $2,500 or more and five were over $5,000.

We’ve created a website for RainFest and it’s the key to our success.  It’s the easy-to-use place where you enter your sponsors’ pledge information.  The goal is to get pledges from folks you know: friends, family, colleagues, associates.  Our web site will send them a thank-you note, a tax-deductible letter, and details on how/where they can send their sponsorship amounts.  Easy as a tap-in putt.

Sign up to be a RainFest Golfer!

Pay a RainFest Pledge/Sponsorship

To get more information contact…
Ryan ‘Crouching Tiger’ Collier – Player Captain: 503-485-7224 or Ryan@collier-law.com
Sam ‘Snead’ Skillern – Tournament Director:  503-884-8194 or Sam@salemlf.org


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