2021 Grant Applications are now closed.
In 2021 the WNYPGA REACH Foundation, in collaboration with the New York State Golf Association, Buffalo District Golf Association and the Rochester District Golf Association Foundations, will provide grants to junior golf/growth of the game programs that meet the established program criteria. The goal is to award a maximum of $12,000 in grants based on the number of applications that meet the criteria. We encourage all Western New York PGA Members and Associates to offer a youth/growth of the game program at their facilities or within their communities and to utilize this grant to initiate a new program or to enhance and strengthen an existing program.
PGA REACH WNY HISTORY AND MISSION
The PGA REACH WNY Foundation (Western New York PGA Foundation, Inc.) was founded in 2010 by local PGA Professionals of the Western New York Section, PGA of America. The Foundation was created with the goal of providing support to various organizations in the Western New York Section through the game of golf. PGA REACH WNY will look to fund programs supporting its mission including the Western New York Section PGA Junior Golf and various underprivileged youth golf programs. The Foundation will strive to fund, conduct, and/or support these initiatives and many others that serve under the founding pillars – Youth, Military and Diversity in golf.
A committee comprised of the members of the associations conducts initial reviews and determines if all information required is provided. The committee may meet or speak with the candidate further if required. The committee then determines the benefits of each grant request and makes recommendations to the entire PGA REACH WNY Board of Directors, which makes the final decision.
Junior Golf/Growth of the Game Grant Criteria/Consideration:
The Grant Application Deadline for 2021 Programs is Monday, April 19th, 2021. Grant Applications will be awarded based on Foundation Funding available and those that match the criteria above. Organizations may apply for grants in consecutive years. Grant awards will be used solely to run said program and no one individual or organization is to profit from the grant.
The Foundation does not fund endowment campaigns, religious or political activities.