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Wickenburg Community Raises $20K+ for Veteran Services
Wickenburg Ranch’s Great Hole-in-One Challenge raised $20,620 for Wounded Warrior Project last month at the challenge’s finale event.
Thirty-one people competed for the chance to win a brand-new Shea home at Wickenburg Ranch and while none of the competitors won the grand prize with a hole-in-one, the top five qualifiers did receive top prizes and the event’s sweepstakes winner drove home in a new 2018 Infiniti QX30.
“It’s organizations like Wickenburg Ranch that help Wounded Warrior Project continue to help the thousands of warriors get back on track and become a positive force in their communities,” said Frank Sonntag of Wounded Warrior Project. “The Great Hole-in-One Challenge was a great way for people to learn more about WWP and I was proud to take the first ceremonial tee shot.”
The Wounded Warriors Project provides programs and services that provides veterans with mental and physical health support, employment and educational assistance.