South Carolina Charities Inc., the BMW Charity Pro-Am’s nonprofit foundation, announced Dec. 14 the launch of volunteer registration for the 2021 golf tournament, which will take place June 7-13 at Thornblade Club and The Cliffs Valley.
“In the wake of the cancellation of the 2020 tournament, we are ready more than ever to welcome back the players, volunteers and patrons who make this event such an integral piece of the Upstate community,” said Bob Nitto, president of South Carolina Charities Inc. “After the impact this year has had on our tournament beneficiaries, as well as the professional journeys of our Korn Ferry Tour players, we are committed to continuing our support of the community through golf and goodwill, making 2021 a year like none other.”
All volunteers must be over the age of 14. They will receive two credentials for the week, an official tournament volunteer golf shirt and hat or visor, complimentary food and beverages while volunteering, access to tournament volunteer appreciation events and flexibility to work as many or few shifts as they desire.
The volunteer opportunities include:
- Caddie Services
- Carts and Shuttles
- On-Course Services
- Clubhouse Committee
- Contestant Services
- Golf Channel Liaisons
- General volunteer positions
South Carolina Charities Inc. also announced the 2021 BMW Charity Pro-Am beneficiaries. They include:
- Mobile Meals of Spartanburg
- Roper Mountain Science Center
- The Cliffs Residents Outreach
- Cancer Society of Greenville County
- Meyer Center for Special Children
- Gibbs Cancer Center & Research Institute
The BMW Charity Pro-Am has previously donated over $13.7 million in charitable funds raised from tournament programs to the tournament’s featured beneficiaries and ancillary charities in the Upstate community.
For more information, visit bmwcharitygolf.com.