In celebration of its first $100,000 donation to Make-A-Wish, global sports entertainment leader Topgolf is lighting its targets blue on World Wish Day this Saturday, April 29. Topgolf plans to help grant more wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions by pledging to donate a minimum of $250,000 in year two of its partnership with Make-A-Wish.
“World Wish Day is a chance for us to celebrate all those who make wish granting possible, including corporate sponsors like Topgolf,” said David Williams, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish America. “The generous contributions from Topgolf and their guests are directly responsible for bringing the life-changing benefits of a wish come true to more wish kids nationwide.”
On Saturday, Topgolf will turn its targets blue throughout the night and they are inviting guests to join the company in support of Make-A-Wish by:
- Adding a donation to their check – Guests may ask their Bay Host to add a Make-A-Wish donation to their tab at the end of their visit.
- Purchasing co-branded Topgolf and Make-A-Wish merchandise – Hats are available for $19.99 and include a $5 donation to Make-A-Wish. Ball markers are available for $4.99, with a $1 donation to Make-A-Wish.
- Ordering Injectable Donut Holes – $1 from every Injectable Donut Holes order is donated to Make-A-Wish.
“Please join us on World Wish Day to celebrate Topgolf’s partnership with Make-A-Wish and the remarkable long-term impact this organization has on the children whose wishes come true,” said Topgolf Entertainment Group Co-Chairman and CEO Erik Anderson. “We are proud to align with Make-A-Wish to inspire hope and joy through extraordinary experiences.”
Please visit Topgolf.com/giving for more information about Topgolf’s charitable giving initiatives.