14aThe Fayetteville Urban Ministry's 27th annual Charity Golf Classic Honoring Mr. Wade Hardin is presented by Cargill, on June 3 at Gates Four Golf and Country Club.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the shotgun start is at 9 a.m. It's a competitive and fun golf tournament open to the entire community. It aims to support the Fayetteville Urban Ministry during the challenging summer months when donations traditionally decrease.

Individual players can participate for $65, which includes breakfast and lunch, a team photo, and a goodie bag. If you'd like to form a foursome team, the cost is $275, including breakfast and lunch, a team photo, and a goodie bag. The first 32 teams to register will compete.

The Fayetteville Urban Ministry is a nonprofit dedicated to serving the community in Fayetteville for almost five decades. Fayetteville Urban Ministry was founded in 1974, and its goal is to alleviate poverty and suffering in the area by providing a range of services and programs to individuals and families in need.

Their mission is "To show God's compassion for our neighbors in need, and thus build our community together." The Fayetteville Urban Ministry is about spreading love, hope and faith throughout their community.

They achieve this goal by offering a range of programs and services that are changing lives and making a real difference. Their Find-A-Friend youth program, for example. This remarkable initiative is all about inspiring young people to believe in themselves and a brighter future. By instilling faith in their hearts and minds, they're helping to create a generation of confident, capable, and compassionate individuals who will positively impact the world.

The Adult Literacy & Education Center is another shining example of the Fayetteville Urban Ministry's commitment to transforming lives. By providing education and job preparation to those in need, they're helping people establish a sense of hope for a better future and giving them the gift of reading to open up a world of opportunities.

Their Emergency Assistance program helps with meeting the basic needs of the community. From providing food via their food pantry and clothing to those in need to offering crisis support, they're showing love and support to their neighbors.

Their Nehemiah Project is another program that's making a real impact in the community. By offering free home repairs to low-income homeowners, they're building security and stability and helping to create safe and comfortable living spaces for those who need it most.

All of these services are provided free of charge. Plus, for every dollar donated, the Fayetteville Urban Ministry sends $0.95 directly back into the community through their programs and projects.

Overall, the Fayetteville Urban Ministry is a vital organization dedicated to serving the community's needs. Their programs address community members' basic needs while providing education, job preparation, and home repair services.

The organization's commitment to improving the lives of those in need is evident in its mission statement, and its annual Golf Classic is a fun way for the community to get involved and support their efforts.
You can volunteer or donate if you're interested in getting involved with Fayetteville Urban Ministry 's programs and services.

There are various sponsorship options available for the Golf Classic, ranging in price from $300 to $7,500. All sponsorships include breakfast and lunch, a team photo, a goodie bag, and recognition in the tournament program.

The sponsorship deadline is May 26, and the team entry deadline is May 29. For more information about Fayetteville Urban Ministry and its initiatives, visit their website at www.fayurbmin.org/. Their office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more details about the Golf Classic event, visit www.fayurbmin.org/27thannualgolfclassic.

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