Exhale Gives Back, a 501c3 non-profit charity dedicated to enhancing and empowering our community and causes, announced the partnership with HeroGrown Foundation to host the Spring Golf Classic an inaugural charity golf tournament to be held May 24, 2018 at the Sienna Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The charitable arm of Exhale Brands, Exhale Gives Back, acts as a “Charity to Charities”. Devoted to making a difference in the community, Exhale Gives Back partners with charities in the Las Vegas area, to fundraise and further the causes of drug education awareness, youth program development, veterans outreach and assistance, and medical marijuana education, research, and assistance. (http://www.exhalegivesback.org).
HeroGrown Foundation’s sole mission is to assist Veterans, First Responders, and their families gain access to cannabis as a safe alternative to deadly prescription drug cocktails. (http://www.herogrown.org). Founded in 2013, as Grow for Vets, HeroGrown is the only nationally recognized organization fighting for our heroes’ rights to use cannabis.
“We are excited about our first event and our partnership with HeroGrown,” said Pete Findley, Co-Founder and CEO of Exhale Brands. “We anticipate a successful inaugural event and more importantly, we are looking to raise money for our local Veterans and First Responders. Our hope is to continue to partner with HeroGrown, our local businesses and community to make this a must-attend annual golf tournament.”
Exhale Gives Back welcomes any and all businesses and organizations to participate and sponsor the event. All proceeds raised directly benefit the HeroGrown Foundation in their efforts to local Veterans and First Responders.
The format for the tournament is a 4-player Scramble. Prizes include a Hole-In-One contest, Longest Drive and Closest to The Pin contests, in addition to prizes for the winning and losing teams. A Live Auction will take place and dinner will also be served. More information about the tournament, including online registration and sponsorships visit http://www.exhalegivesback.org.