26th Annual Hyland Hills Foundation Golf Tournament, Friday, July 20, 2018.
For twenty-six years, the Hyland Hills Foundation has raised money to support recreation and cultural opportunities for kids in the community. One-hundred percent of all funds collected are used to help young people experience and reap the benefits of recreational activity and sportsmanship. Toward this goal, funds raised are used for recreational scholarships to ensure that no child gets turned away due to their family’s financial circumstance.
Since its inception in 1992, the Hyland Hills Foundation has granted nearly $1 million in recreational scholarships. Over that time period, the Foundation has enabled thousands of low-income kids to enjoy a myriad of sports activities and summer camps. Additionally, a signature endeavor of the Foundation is funding the “Be-A-Fish Learn to Swim program,” which has provided more than 12,000 local kids the confidence and life-saving skill of swimming.
The annual golf tournament is the biggest fundraiser for the Foundation, and we invite your participation as a player, or as a sponsor.