Wells Fargo DRIVE Grant Award

Categories: 2019, February, Newsletter

The First Tee of Silicon Valley received a $5,000 grant from Wells Fargo to underwrite the cost of providing our DRIVE educational programs to 2 new Title I schools: Washington Elementary and Cesar Chavez Elementary Schools in San Jose. Denise Miles, Sr. VP of Community Relations said, “Wells Farg...

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Annual Review 2018

Categories: 2018, Annual Review, Newsletter

Our youth development program through golf continues to grow and expand with the addition of Golf Intro Classes, STEM Classes and a new program location in Redwood City plus our return to Baylands Golf Links. Flip through The First Tee of Silicon Valley 2018 Annual Review to see who we have served a...

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CordeValle Youth Golf Foundation Grant Award

Categories: 2019, January, Newsletter

The First Tee of Silicon Valley was the recipient of a generous $6,000 grant from CordeValle Youth Golf Foundation to underwrite the cost of golf hats for all new participants in 2019. All participants are provided The First Tee of Silicon Valley logoed hats at no charge to wear as part of their cla...

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The First Tee Promotes Nine Healthy Habits

Categories: 2019, January, Newsletter

How are you doing with your New Year’s resolution to make your family healthier? Changing your habits, no matter how well-intentioned, is hard. It can be difficult for children and parents to make healthy food choices and get enough physical activity when they are exposed to environments that do n...

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Club Drive at PGA TOUR Superstore

Categories: 2019, January, Newsletter

Bring your used clubs to the PGA TOUR Superstore in East Palo Alto on Saturday, February 9th from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Collecting used clubs enables The First Tee of Silicon Valley to pursue our mission to impact the lives of under-served youth by providing education programs that build character, insti...

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The Nine Core Values Have Impact

Categories: 2018, December, Newsletter

The First Tee established The Nine Core Values because they represent some of the many inherently positive values connected with the game of golf. In open-ended, unaided essays 85% of the program participants articulated that they take personal ownership of The Nine Core Values of The First Tee. Par...

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