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RMHC-Madison Golf Classic

September 20, 2021

A beautiful fall day paired with a wonderful mission and generous supporters made for a memorable 31st Annual RMHC-Madison Golf Classic. We are grateful to share that nearly $76,000 was raised in spite of the pandemic!  This is truly a testament to those who are committed to our mission of helping families.

Though this is understandably less than we raise during a typical year, we were excited that golfers rallied behind Golf Fore Families and the Super Ticket to get us closer to the goal.

Congratulations Award Winners!

  • Red Shoe Award
    Guardian Life Insurance fundraised a total of $1,100 for a final golf score of 53.
  • Putting Contest
    Best: Gregg Riek
    Worst: Chris Halverson
  • 50/50 Raffle
    Thank you Joel Hartjes for generously donating back.

Even during a pandemic, our mission hasn’t stopped.  Now more than ever, raising funds to support our families is essential.  Their chemo treatments, non-elective surgeries, and critical medical care still continue despite COVID-19.  Your generosity gives them the respite they need and helps RMHC-Madison sustain emergency relief efforts necessary this year.  Without volunteer dinner groups providing meals, and nearly half of our families hosted at area hotels to mitigate risks, our expenses are ~$12,000 additional each month!

The Golf Classic is just one of the ways we raise awareness and funds to keep families together and promote the health and well-being of children. If you can support our mission further, or know others who would be interested in giving a gift, we welcome you to use the donate button at the bottom of the page.

Finally, this event had a number of new twists and turns this year, and would love your feedback.  We are hopeful 2021 will be closer to normal, but let us know what worked, or could be improved on in the future.

Together, we will achieve more and continue to move our mission forward.


September 20, 2021


Deborah Still