Sponsorship

Friday, August 13th, 2021

Our 19th Annual Golf Tournament is on Friday, August 13th, at the CommonGround Golf Course located at 10300 E. Golfers Way, Aurora, Colorado.

We need your help to continue our programming. Please choose a sponsorship below to continue the legacy of the Foundations work. Be a part of the movement.

Our 19th Annual Golf Tournament is on Friday, August 13th, at the Common Ground Golf Course located at 10300 E. Golfers Way, Aurora, Colorado.

Sponsorships

Title Sponsor

$25K
  • 6 Teams - Four players
  • All media recognition for the foundation
  • Tree of Life recognition
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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Angel Sponsor

$15K
  • 4 Teams - Four players,
  • All media recognition for the foundation
  • Tree of Life recognition
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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Presenting Sponsor

$10K
  • 2 Teams - Four players
  • Tree of Life recognition
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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Luncheon Sponsor

$5K
  • 1 Team - Four players
  • Tree of Life recognition
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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Hole-In-One Sponsor

$3K
  • Four players
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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Cart Sponsor

$2.5K
  • Four players
  • Golf cart signs and program recognition
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Hole Sponsor

$2K
  • Four players
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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Longest Drive Sponsor

$1.5K
  • Four players
  • Hole sign and program recognition
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CLOSEST TO THE PIN SPONSOR
$1,500
Four Players, Hole Sign & Program Recognition
TEAM SPONSOR
$600
Four Players & Program Recognition
INDIVIDUAL PLAYER
$200
Join Us!

Friday, August 13th, 2021

CommonGround Golf Course

10300 E. Golfers Way

Aurora, CO  80010

In honor of Daddy Bruce Randolph

Feed A Family

Since 2003 more than 52,000 baskets of food—over a million pounds—have been distributed to those in need, allowing families to enjoy a traditional meal. The program honors the legacy of Denver restaurateur “Daddy Bruce” Randolph.

 

No one personifies the charity of Thanksgiving more than Daddy Bruce, the restaurateur who provided holiday feasts for the needy of Denver for more than 30 years before his death in 1994 at the age of 94.

 

Bruce Randolph opened Daddy Bruce’s Bar-B-Q in 1963, at the age of 63, on the corner of Gilpin Street and East 34th Avenue. For many years he donated his own time and money to serving Thanksgiving dinners. He later took in donations and many local celebrities — including members of the Denver Broncos, police department, and clergy — helped Daddy dish out tons of turkey, ribs, dressing, potatoes, and yams. He also gave away clothes and food on his birthday, Easter and Christmas. One year he dyed 25,000 eggs for an enormous Easter Egg hunt.

 

During last year’s FEED A FAMILY event 10,000 boxes were distributed. Please help us reach our goal of for Thanksgiving 2021 of 10,000 boxes.

The Epworth Foundation Annual Golf Tournament funds a multitude of programs to strengthen the family, empower individuals and build stronger, healthier communities.

Programs Include:

Scholarships

The Epworth Foundation supports multiple college students each year, with $5,000 in annual scholarships last year, to assist disadvantaged students with college tuition and expenses.

Youth Programs

Talent Camp Arts-based day camp held three times a year, providing mentorship to help kids develop life skills and personal awareness

Work Programs – interns learn job skills, work ethic, and professionalism

Christmas Distribution provides toys to 500 needy families

 

Family Programs

Family Services Visitation services; assistance to families in crisis.

Fatherhood-Motherhood Street Smart parenting classes and inter-generational peer support groups for fathers and mothers.

Employment Resumes, computer training lab and employment-related services.

 

Hunger Relief

Food Bank We are a member agency of Food Bank of the Rockies, helping more than 200 families a month with our volunteer-operated food bank.

Thanksgiving Since 2003 more than 55,000 baskets of food—over a million pounds—have been distributed to those in need, allowing families to enjoy a traditional meal. The program honors the legacy of Denver restaurateur “Daddy Bruce” Randolph

 

Community Festivals

Bring together area businesses, churches, and organizations dedicated to strengthening the community.