WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - A Purdue organization is hosting a golf scramble on August 25 to help benefit injured military service members and their families.
The Purdue Student Veterans Organization will be donating part of the funds raised to the Wounded Warrior Project, a national nonprofit that serves military service members who incurred service-connected wounds, injuries or illnesses, and their families.
The Ivy Tech student veteran organization is supporting the Purdue group's event as well.
The event begins at 8:00 a.m. at Ackerman Hills course at the Boilermaker Golf Complex.
The cost for the scramble is $60 a person or $240 per foursome.
Anyone interested in golfing, or sponsoring any portion of the event or providing funds for a Purdue or Ivy Tech student veteran to golf, head to their website .
You can register by emailing Courtenay Murokowski or by calling 765-494-2753.
For questions regarding sponsorship, email Brandon Porter or call him at 312-282-3075.
More information on the Wounded Warrior Project is available at their website .
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