New Directions for Veterans — Veterans Valor Golf Classic Charity Golf Tournament

New Directions for Veterans has been helping Veterans for more than 25 years. They provide transitional and emergency housing, food, clothing, counseling, and vocational assistance to Veterans in Southern California.

It’s been a difficult year, especially for our homeless population. New Directions for Veterans needs your help to ease some of the burdens for homeless Veterans. Their Veterans Valor Golf Classic will allow them to continue to provide the urgent and much-needed programs, services, and housing that the brave men and women who fought to keep our country safe desperately need.

All funds raised through the tournament will be used to continue supporting our homeless Veterans.

As a special incentive, today through July 23, purchase any sponsorship Silver Level or above and you will save $500!

Veterans Valor Golf Classic

Location: Braemar Country Club, 4001 Reseda Blvd., Tarzana, CA 91356

6:30 am to 7:45 am
Shotgun Start/Scramble Format
Promptly at 8:00 am
Awards Luncheon
Immediately Following Tournament

For more information and to register for the tournament, click here for the PDF form or view below.

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