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Did you know that donating publicly traded stock may provide better tax benefits than donating cash? Your income tax deduction is equal to the stock’s fair market value and you can avoid paying capital gains tax on the increase in value, which also allows your donation to be larger! Click here to fill out our stock donation form.
2nd Swing has partnered with Tee It Up for the Troops so you can donate your golf clubs and benefit Tee It Up for the Troops!
WHAT QUALIFIES? New and used golf clubs from the following brands: Adams, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, Mizuno, Nike, Odyssey, Ping, PXG, Scotty Cameron, TaylorMade, Titleist, Tour Edge and Wilson.
Here are a few tips for making your equipment donation:
Many employers will match donations you make to Tee It Up for the Troops! Most of these matching gift dollars go unclaimed and it’s an easy way to double the impact of your contribution! Check to see if your employer has a matching gift program.
Tee It Up for the Troops is a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. Our Federal Identification Number is #20-2974507.
Donations made to Tee It Up for the Troops are used to reunite combat veterans, helping them to overcome the hidden wounds of war like anxiety, depression, isolation, and suicide. In addition, we support vetted veteran service organizations that target critical areas of need for Military families, including Housing and Homelessness; Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment; Suicide Prevention; Employment; Family & Caregiver Support; and Golf & Sports Rehabilitation.
Golf’s Holy Grail The excitement of the pursuit of golf’s holy grail is the HOLE-IN-ONE. The VERY RARE hole-in-one – statistics say that the odds of two golfers playing the same course on the same day and both making holes-in-one is 17 million to 1. Well, we defied those odds at BOTH our Springhaven event
They were called “Angels from Heaven.” They were typical all-American gals who were ready to take on the world in service to their country during the Vietnam War. They were not drafted. They volunteered. They were the nurses who served in the Vietnam War. Tee It Up for the Troops paid tribute to a group
After serving in the military, many veterans find it difficult to transition back to civilian life. They may feel isolated and disconnected from the civilian population, as they may have experienced traumatic events or formed close bonds with fellow servicemen and women while on active duty. Thus, veteran reunions or small group interactions are a