It is with great regret that we inform you that we have decided to cancel the PSP Children’s Foundation 2020 Golf Tournament. Due to the global pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and in the interest of public health and the safety of our participants and sponsors we felt it was best to forego the 2020 event.
While the tournament will no longer take place this year, we still wish to support the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. We have created a donation button on our website (as well as provided it below) and would appreciate any contribution you are able to make at this time. 100% of the proceeds received will go directly to the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.
We are disappointed that we will be unable to run this year’s tournament and provide a world-class golf experience you have come to know and expect. Thank you for your continued support and we will keep you informed about the 2021 schedule.
Another PSP Children's Foundation Golf Tournament is in the books and it was a great event with wonderful weather. We were able to raise money to support the University of Washington and the next generation of young entrepreneurs. Visit the 2019 Golf Tournament page to see a number of photos from this year's event. And be sure to sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of the page and like us on Facebook to stay in the loop on all future events for the PSPCF.
PSP Children’s Foundation (PSPCF) was formed in 2012 to provide programs and opportunities for children who are overcoming great challenges. In 2012, PSPCF put together a program called “Summer Experience in Seattle” for children who lost a parent or parents during the Tsunami in Japan in March 2011. In 2017, we established a scholarship fund at the University of Washington Foster School of Business to help financially disadvantaged students achieve their educational and career goals. Through our charity golf event we were able to give these 5 scholarships to 5 deserving students at the Foster School of Business.