The 2017 Annual Review

The First Tee of Greater Richmond shares annual reviews to summarize the great achievements of our work. Because of your support of our mission, our programs help kids become better golfers – but even more importantly – better people who strengthen the character of our community.

The 2017 annual review: A Summary

Impact. Positively impacting the lives of young people through character education using golf as its context. Collaboration. Collaboratively connecting with the RVA community through intentional partnerships with other youth-serving organizations. Expansion. Expanding the footprint of The First Tee National School Program to 127 total elementary schools. Innovation. Integrating innovative initiatives in renovation efforts to provide the utmost experience for the youth, patrons, and investors in RVA. Investment. Ensuring partner investments provide the chapter with new opportunities to strengthen the character of our community.

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From our leadership

This publication is a chance for us to share our achievements and progress over the past year, while also highlighting all the special people committed to our great mission. We delight in the opportunity to thank you and other supporters by showcasing how we’ve invested your dollars and other commitments. – Mike Walton, Board Chair I am excited to share with you the 2017 Annual Review. With your support, The First Tee of Greater Richmond will continue to expand its reach to impact the lives of more young people. Thank you for investing in the youth of our community. – Brent Schneider, CEO
Pictured from left to right: Mayor Levar Stoney, Ed McLaughlin, VCU Vice President & Director of Athletics, Brent Schneider, CEO, and Mike Walton, Board Chair at the Elson Redmond Memorial Driving Range grand reopening in October.