Constellation has been a proud sponsor of the SENIOR PLAYERS Championship since 2003 and during that time, we’ve made more than $5 million in contributions to charitable organizations.
Building on last year’s success, the Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship will continue in 2013 to positively impact worthy charities throughout greater Pittsburgh. At the tournament, our grants will help to support organizations and activities in the areas of education, youth development, affordable housing, and family support services. Below you will find a list of the organizations receiving support in 2013.
The Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship takes place at Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, PA, June 27-30.
YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
The YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh served over 100,000 people last year – over 40,000 of those were children – through programs promoting youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
EconomicsPennsylvania is a not-for-profit organization specializing in K-12 economic and financial literacy programs across the state. Programs include The Stock Market Game, Youth Entrepreneurship Day and The High School Business Plan Competition. Through a network of Centers for Economic Education, college and university economics professors and field consultants work directly with school districts and individual teachers to meet economic standards by training teachers in the use of materials and techniques focused on economic content. EconomicsPennsylvania has been working with Pennsylvania teachers for more than 30 years to incorporate a variety of economic programs that help develop financial, entrepreneurial and economic student skills.
First Tee of Pittsburgh
Tournament officials and Constellation announced on May 6th that the First Tee of Pittsburgh will be the primary charitable beneficiary of the 2013 Constellation SENIOR PLAYERS Championship. During the 2012 Championship, Constellation and The First Tee of Pittsburgh announced the establishment of the Deacon Palmer Endowment Fund, honoring Milfred J. (Deacon) Palmer, who taught his son, Arnold Palmer, important life skills and core values that helped him be successful on and off the golf course. In 2013, the Deacon Palmer Endowment Fund continues to allow participation for children in The First Tee of Pittsburgh Life Skills Clinics that seamlessly blend golf activities and life skills instruction.
Extra Mile Education Foundation
The Extra Mile Education Foundation provides scholarships and operating subsidies to keep tuition affordable for children from urban, economically disadvantaged families seeking parochial elementary schools for their quality, values-based education. Students served through Extra Mile have achieved a 96% high school graduation rate, and 88% pursue learning after high school.
The Pittsburgh Promise
The Pittsburgh Promise provides college scholarships to every graduate of Pittsburgh public schools who is also a city resident and who meets certain academic requirements. More than a scholarship fund, the Pittsburgh Promise fuels urban public school reform, energizes regional economic development, and transforms the lives of students and families in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh
Habitat programs in greater Pittsburgh impacted 22 client families last year and have been serving low-income families in the greater Pittsburgh area since 1986, working in 13 communities.
Ronald McDonald House of Pittsburgh
The Pittsburgh Ronald McDonald House provides a place to sleep in a warm bed, hot showers, and home cooked meals to over 2,000 families a year from over 30 states and several other countries.
The Woodlands Foundation
The Woodlands Foundation enriches the lives of over 9,000 children, teens, and adults with disabilities a year through programs focused on art, music, recreation and fitness, and transitional living at their state-of-the-art, first-class, fully accessible facility in Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania.
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