Hope for the Homeless Golf Tournament

PB-Golf-Website-WidgetJoin us for the inaugural Hope for the Homeless Golf Tournament, presented by Pismo Beach Golf Course. This “Best Ball” tournament will be Saturday, March 7 at the Pismo Beach Golf Tournament at Hwy 1 and Grand Ave., next to Fin’s Seafood Restaurant. The 5-Member Team Tournament features a “best ball” format, with a scramble start at 8:00 a.m..  Check-in begins at 7:00 a.m.

The event offers prizes for first and second place teams, offers an “in the circle” opportunity, and challenges players to make a hole-in-one for a $25,000 cash prize.

The fee is $225 per team (just $45 per player) and provides green fees, morning coffee and pastries, and a delicious bbq lunch.  Additionally players can purchase mulligans for $5, rent a golf cart for $10 (first come-first serve), and club rentals for $5.

Invite your non-golfing friends to join us at the Post-Event BBQ, for just $10 (advance purchase not required). They’ll enjoy a great bbq provided by Fin’s Restaurant, and festive music by the band Boomerang!

We’ve got some great raffle prizes, including a signed Chicago Bulls Jersey by retired NBA Star Horace Grant!

Download your team registration form here: 2015 Team Registration.  We request that only 5-player teams register. Forms may be returned to the Pismo Beach Golf Course, or to the 5Cities Homeless Coalition – Fax (855) 243-1126 or liz.howland@5chc.org

Sponsorships are appreciated.  Click here for details: 2015 Sponsorship Registration. Sponsorship forms may be returned to the to the 5Cities Homeless Coalition – Fax (855) 243-1126 or liz.howland@5chc.org.

For additional questions or information, call us at 574-1638.

Part-Time Administrative Assistant Position

5Cities Homeless Coalition has an immediate opening for a part-time Administrative Assistant. Seeking candidate with a welcoming demeanor, able to deal effectively with a variety of people and personality types, and ability to handle competing demands in a fast paced environment. Candidate should be proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point). Experience in a non-profit organization, bilingual in Spanish and knowledge of social media web platforms preferred. Must be age 18 or older, have a high school diploma or G.E.D. Certificate, and reliable transportation. No benefits offered. Click here for a job description. Interested applicants should complete an application (available here), and return it by email to info@5chc.org or by fax to (855) 243-1126. Open until filled.

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