GOLF TOURNAMENT SPONSORSHIP

The Esperanza High School Football program, under the guidance of Head Coach Wes Choate, includes approximately 144 players and their families who live in the community and support your business.  Esperanza students live in the cities of Anaheim, Placentia and Yorba Linda.

 

In order to operate a top caliber football program, significant expenditures are required well beyond the support provided by the school district. In order to help with these expenditures, the Esperanza Football Boosters have scheduled a golf tournament fundraiser, the Esperanza Football Tournament, for Friday, August 9th, 2019 at the Black Gold Golf Club. This is our major fundraiser for the year.

 

Over the past years, with help from our supporters and the boosters, we have raised money for supplies, resources, and much needed improvements to the Esperanza Football program. Your continued support to fundraising projects, such as this golf tournament, is essential to the continued success of this program.

 

We would appreciate your support of this program by donating goods or services. All donations will be distributed at the tournament, raffled or auctioned at the evening’s dinner event.  100% of the proceeds will go to the Esperanza Football program.   The Esperanza Football Boosters is a non-profit organization, Federal Tax ID #27-0330069.

 

We will be more than happy to pick up your donations if you contact Dena Jackson at (714) 296-5511.  You can also mail your donations to the address listed below.

 

The Esperanza Football Team and Boosters thank you for your continued support.

 

MAILING ADDRESS:

Esperanza Football Boosters

c/o Jeff White

PO Box 1061

Yorba Linda, CA 92885-1061

For more information, Contact:

Jeff White

Esperanza Football Boosters - Golf Tournament Coordinator

Email: jeffwhite56372121@gmail.com

Phone: (714) 928-1080

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