Dear Members of Nantucket Golf Club and Supporters of the Nantucket Golf Club Foundation's Children’s Charity Classic: 
Last year marked the 20th annual Nantucket Children's Charity Classic.  Through the generous contribution of the members of Nantucket Golf Club, their guests and others, the Nantucket Golf Club Foundation has raised over $44 million for the benefit of Nantucket youth.  Our charitable initiatives include our recurring Grant, Scholar, and Vocational Programs as well as occasional capital contributions to worthy, local, causes benefiting kids on our island. 
This year's Classic is back in full, taking place on Sunday and Monday, August 13th and 14th.  We invite you to join us!  The event begins at 6:30pm on Sunday evening with the opening event cocktail party on the club's back sunset porch.  As the sun sets and you enjoy a delicious meal under our tent,  you'll have a chance to win the car in our annual raffle, or be a winning bidder in our extraordinary live auction.   The golf tournament starts Monday morning, August 14th with registration where you'll receive an incredible gift bag, as always. After enjoying a delicious breakfast on the back lawn from 7-8:30am, the shotgun start commences at 9:00am.  A festive luncheon and awards presentation follows at the completion of play. We hope that you will join us in continuing the Foundation's mission by participating in this year's Classic!
There are many ways to support the Foundation - sponsorships, foursomes, auction dinner seats, and donations.  If you would like to be involved in this year's event or have any questions, please contact Tom Bresette at 508-257-8510 or .
We most sincerely appreciate the tremendous support given to these very worthwhile programs by the members and friends of the Nantucket Golf Club Foundation, and we look forward to another successful Classic.
The Board of Directors                       Executive Director
Alastair M. Borthwick                       Thomas Bresette
Frederick D. Green                            
Edmund A. Hajim
John M. Samuels