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Registration for individual golfers, foursomes and sponsorships now open:

LAS VEGAS, NV (April 16, 2021) – HELP of Southern Nevada, a local non-profit dedicated to serving the community, will once again host the 27th annual Golfer’s Roundup at Cascata Golf Club, Wednesday, June 16. In alignment with HELP’s mission to overcome barriers and attain self-sufficiency, all proceeds from the event will directly benefit the vulnerable and at-risk homeless families and youth throughout Southern Nevada.


As the health and safety of attendees remain of the upmost priority for HELP of Southern Nevada, precautions will be in place that meet the current standards of government authorities. Additionally all participants will be required to wear a mask while inside the clubhouse.


Upon arrival at 7:30 a.m., golfers will check-in for the event and be served a continental breakfast before the shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Immediately following the one-day golf event, participants can enjoy lunch catered by Cascata Golf Club and a celebratory awards ceremony.


“As we look ahead to Las Vegas reopening, we are so excited to host yet another Golfer’s Roundup event,” said Abby Quinn, Chief Community Relations Officer at HELP of Southern Nevada. “We are so thankful for the Southern Nevada community and our sponsor partners who continue to ensure our mission is carried forth in a time where many people need our assistance.”


Registration is now open for individual golfers for $400 and a foursome for $1600. Sponsorship opportunities for pin flag, lunch, play a hole, bar cart, golf cart, putting green and locker room start at $250. For more information on Golfer’s Roundup registration and sponsorship opportunities, please visit here:


For those who may be unavailable to attend Golfer’s Roundup but are still interested in supporting HELP’s mission, monetary donations are always welcomed here.




About HELP of Southern Nevada:

HELP of Southern Nevada provides assistance to low-income families, homeless teens and adults and other individuals, to help them reach self-sufficiency through direct services, trainings and referrals. HELP operates 10 departments, consists of 174 employees and serves tens of thousands of unduplicated clients each year. Programs available include Behavioral Health Services, Coordinated Entry Community Matchers, Crisis Teams, Emergency Resources Services, Framing Hope Warehouse, Holiday Assistance, Homeless Services, Shannon West Homeless Youth Center, Weatherization and Work Opportunities Readiness Center. For more information, call HELP of Southern Nevada at 702.369.4357 or visit Follow HELP of Southern Nevada on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.




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