"Tee Up to Read" Golf Tournament

September 11, 2020 | Tara Hills Golf Course

 

Title Sponsors

 

Champion Sponsor

Eagle Sponsors

Hole Sponsors

Proceeds from Tee Up To Read support Raise Me To Read, a community-wide campaign to help kids read on grade-level and succeed in school and life.

Sponsorship Benefits

Title Sponsor SOLD

$2,500

  • Entry for 8 golfers
  • Signage with company logo at registration
  • Sponsor recognition in social media and on other event promotion
  • Sponsor recognition on event materials
  • Hole sponsorship sign on golf course
  • Recognition on event website

Champion Sponsor

$1,500

  • Entry for 4 golfers
  • Sponsor recognition in social media and on other event promotion
  • Sponsor recognition on event materials
  • Hole sponsorship sign on golf course
  • Recognition on event website

Food/Beverage Sponsor

$1,000

  • Entry for 2 golfers
  • Sponsor recognition in social media and on other event promotion
  • Sponsor recognition on event materials
  • Signage with company logo at reception (TBD) with entry for 4 people (non-golfers)
  • Recognition on event website

Eagle Sponsor

$750

  • Entry for 2 golfers
  • Hole sponsorship sign on golf course
  • Recognition on event website

Hole Sponsor

$350

  • Hole sponsorship sign on golf course
  • Recognition on event website

For more information, please contact Brayton Hagge at bhagge@uwmidlands.org.

United Way is deeply committed to the health and well-being of our community and partners. We are currently monitoring ongoing event guidelines and recommendations due to COVID-19 and will update you if we cannot proceed with the tournament as planned.

About Raise Me to Read

Together, we can help young students achieve 3rd grade reading proficiency and academic success.

The Omaha metro became the first community in Nebraska to join the nationwide Campaign for Grade-Level Reading in 2019. Known locally as Raise Me to Read, it is a collaborative effort by schools, government agencies, business leaders, nonprofit leaders and foundations to improve student reading proficiency by the end of third grade so they are prepared to succeed in school and life.

Raise Me to Read benefits students across Douglas, Sarpy and Pottawattamie counties and focuses on three key challenges that can keep young children, especially those living in poverty, from learning to read proficiently.

School Readiness

Research shows that learning begins long before a child enters kindergarten. By providing early literacy resources and improving access to quality early-care environments, the Campaign ensures that children are ready for school and families are ready to support their children’s learning.

School Attendance

Elementary school children who are chronically absent are more likely to repeat a grade and struggle with grade-level reading. By monitoring attendance data, addressing attendance barriers and developing attendance plans with parents and caregivers, we can reduce absenteeism and keep children on track to succeed.

Summer Learning

Summer learning loss, or “summer slide,” can occur when students don’t have access to books at home or out-of-school education programs and can leave low-income students 2.5-3 years behind their peers. By providing quality out-of-school opportunities we can help students maintain their progress toward third grade reading proficiency.

Raise Me to Read is supported by MOEC (Metropolitan Omaha Educational Consortium), Iowa West Foundation, the Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties, Family, Inc. and United Way of the Midlands.

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