Birdies for Charity: CRT "Community Renewal Team"

Birdies for Charity: CRT "Community Renewal Team"

Pictured: (Left to Right) Nathan Grube, Tournament Director for Travelers Championship, Jason Black, Strategic Communications Specialist for Community Renewal Team and Renee DiNino of iHeartRadio

Listen to Jason Black, Strategic Communications Specialist for Community Renewal Team talk about their involvement with Birdies for Charity and how you can help their charity!

Our Mission

Our mission, Preparing Our Community to Meet Life's Challenges, drives us to help everyone who comes to our door. As the community action agency for Hartford and Middlesex counties, CRT helps individuals and families access resources that will help them meet immediate and longer-term needs, improve job skills, maintain or increase their independence, stabilize living situations, and achieve educational goals. We know that our work matters to our community.

CLICK HERE to visit their website!

BIRDIES FOR CHARITY

Birdies for Charity is a giving platform that utilizes the excitement around the Travelers Championship to help nonprofits in communities across the region raise awareness and funds to support their missions. Nonprofit organizations simply solicit donations and receive a 15% bonus on every dollar raised!

PROGRAM BENEFITS

Birdies for Charity Bonus Bucks

Each organization that raises money through BFC will receive at least a 15% bonus on top of each donation collected.

Increasing Awareness of Your Charity and Your Cause

The tournament provides opportunities for participating organizations to spread their mission through multimedia such as radio, website and social media.

Relieving Fundraising Challenges

All participating organizations will receive a unique website link to collect donations, a toolkit filled with promotional templates, and all administrative and processing fees will be covered by the Travelers Championship.

CLICK HERE for more information!

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