NFL football players Terrell Davis, Ron Brown and Kermit Alexander will join local business owners, celebrities and philanthropists to help conquer homelessness in the Temecula Valley with Project Touch during its 4th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament Sept. 10 at Journey at Pechanga.
Two-time Super Bowl champion Terrell Davis and his Salute the Kids Foundation — a program that promotes the academic, recreational, psychological and physical well-being of children – have teamed up with Project Touch to host this year’s tournament.
“Players can expect to enjoy more than just a great day of golf, they will be rewarded with prizes, take part in fun activities and mingle with some of the areas great leaders all to benefit Project Touch and its’ mission to conquer homelessness,” said Project Touch founder Ann Unmocht in a released statement.
Since 2003, Project Touch program has devoted itself to helping the growing homeless population in the valley, serving over 1,400 people annually, including 30 – 40 children every month.
Project Touch helps prevent homelessness and provides emergency shelter for the homeless and over 22 apartment homes as well, serving as temporary and short-term housing to families, single moms and homeless men in the region.
With a budget of over $28,000 per month, assistance for Project Touch comes from many private sources and fundraisers, including this annual golf tournament.
One of Project Touch’s biggest advocates, Toyota of Temecula Valley, has stepped up as a premier title sponsor, along with The Valley’s Biggest Loser, Pizza Factory and Anthony’s Lounge & Ristorante.
A number of restaurants will provide food and beverages throughout the day including TGI Friday’s, RJ’s Sizzlin’ Steer, Lazy Dog Cafe, Outback Steak House, Francesca’s, Jamba Juice, Starbucks and more.
Registration for the event is planned at 8 a.m. along with a continental breakfast and kicks off at 10 a.m. with a shotgun start.
A banquet follows immediately after the tournament.
Journey at Pechanga is located at 45000 Pechanga Parkway in Temecula.
To register or to learn more, visit www.projecttouchonline.com or call 951-677-9661.