SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS invites interested Not-ForProfit organizations to participate in the tournament’s Charity Chip In program. This program offers 501©3 Not-for-Profit organizations the opportunity to raise money via the sale of general admission tickets to the tournament.
The Charity Chip In program gives nonprofit organizations an exclusive opportunity to promote the purchase of tournament tickets that will directly benefit their organization. One-hundred percent of the proceeds from each ticket sold via Charity Chip In goes to the participating organization that is designated by the purchaser during the buying transaction.
“We are excited to offer the Charity Chip In program again in 2018 because it allows us to make a larger charitable impact and our partners can raise an unlimited amount of money to help their organization, all with no cost or risk to the agency” said Executive Director, Kate Peters.
Charities interested in participating in the program must have a 501©3 status as recognized by the IRS which includes all schools, they must be registered with the Illinois Secretary of State and must meet Better Business Bureau Standards for charitable solicitations. Interested organizations should contact Tanya Cooper via email at email@example.com or by phone (217)670-2910.
The Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS will be held June 25 – July 1 at Panther Creek Country Club in Springfield. Tickets for the Lincoln Land Championship will be available for purchase online at www.LincolnLandChampionship.com along with a variety of sponsorship and volunteer opportunities.