Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging officials are planning to hold their annual SCV Senior Center Golf Classic at TPC Valencia on Sept. 15.
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The officials are also looking to bring on sponsors for the event ranging from a Presenting Sponsor at $7,500 to Hole Sponsor at $500.
“Sponsorship includes green fees, carts & practice balls, a chance to win $10,000 in a putting contest, breakfast, lunch, awards reception, prizes and trophies,” according to the press release. “Support and participation in this event is essential to the implementation of the SCV Senior Center mission, promoting quality of life for senior.”
The registration for sponsorship, found at the website, can be mailed or faxed to the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center address.
The SCV Senior Center serves an annual average of 50,000 meals to seniors at the SCV Senior Center and 70,000 meals to homebound seniors.
The event was formerly known as Summer Showdown.
Last year, SCV Senior Center staff and volunteers made more than 10,000 reassurance telephone calls to homebound seniors and provided over 46,000 low-cost bus rides and emergency taxi rides to seniors who would otherwise be alone and isolated from friends and services in the community.
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Attendance at recreational, educational, and support group activities topped 40,000 last year, and SCV Senior Center handy workers completed over 300 home repairs .
Sponsorships or donations will help to ensure that vital services for the growing number of seniors in the Santa Clarita Valley will continue.
About the SCV Senior Center
The mission of the Santa Clarita Valley Center is to help keep seniors independent and dignified, in their own homes, for as long as possible. To help achieve this we provide Home-Delivered Meals, a Handyworker program and more.
The Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging is a charitable, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that primarily serves the needs of 35,000 senior citizens and functionally impaired adults in the North Los Angeles County and the surrounding unincorporated areas of the Fifth Supervisory District. Doing business as the “Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center,” the organization also provides vital services and opportunities for everyone on the aging continuum.
Source: Santa Clarita News