9th Annual Ag World Golf Classic benefits Ronald McDonald House Charities
Area agriculture producers, processors and industry businesses gathered to give over $110,332 to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities Inland Northwest, another amazing year for the Ag World Golf Classic.
The charity golf tournament took place on June 14 at Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick, Washington and June 16 at The Links at Moses Pointe in Moses Lake, Washington. This second year in both Kennewick and Moses Lake was a great success. Through the generosity of the 94 sponsors/donors and 278 golfers it was another incredible year of giving to the House.
Not only does the Golf Classic raise funds, it is a special way of honoring the Founder of Ag World Golf Classic and Ag World Support Systems, Warren Henninger, who passed away in 2020. “We continue to be grateful for the generous support of the agriculture industry and our local communities as we continue to honor Dad’s (Warren) legacy of giving back to the House.” said Bryan Henninger (president & CEO of Ag World).
The Ag World Golf Classic was born out of a vision Warren had to support families whose children are experiencing a medical crisis and need a place to stay while their child receives care.
The Ag World Golf Classic has donated $749,254 over the past nine years to the RMHC. This tournament is part of Ag World Support System’s mission to make a difference in the community by supporting the Ronald McDonald House’s mission to strengthen local families and promote children’s health.
Next year’s events are set for June 6, 2023, at Canyon Lakes Golf Course, in Kennewick, Washington, and June 8, 2023, at the Links at Moses Pointe, in Moses Lake, Washington. Find more information at AgWorldGolf.com.