Fleming Charity 2020
Sea Islands Blessing Basket
This year again, the charitable beneficiary of the Fleming Tournament is the Sea Islands Blessing Basket, a Sea Islands Hunger Awareness Foundation (SIHAF), A 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization mission. SIHAF supports charitable food-related that feed the hungry and provide drinkable well water to those who do not have fresh water on Wadamalaw and Johns Island. SIHAF is 100% volunteer operated and distributes 98% of the money raised to families in need. Once a month, the Sea Islands Blessing Basket distributes food to approximately 700 residents of Johns Island and Wadamalaw whose income is below the poverty level. The food provided is enough for seven meals.
RAFFLE PRIZES HELP RAISE FUNDS
The Fleming Tournament will hold a raffle for a selection of prizes that will take place on Friday evening, October 4 at the Players’ Award Banquet. Among the raffle prizes this year: A Four-night stay at Yonahlossee Resort; Two Paintings donated by local artists; Volvo Tennis Tournament Box Seats; A Bourbon Basket; Seabrook Island Club Dinner Event; Tennis Clinics for up to six players; Local restaurant Gift Certificates; Salty Dog Sunset Cruise out of Bohicket Marina; the Favorite Wine Wheel-Barrow, and for the first time ever, there will be two separate 50/50 raffles. Raffle Tickets will be available for purchase at the Racquet Club on Thursday and Friday of the Tournament, as well as at the Players’ social events at the Seabrook Island Club the first two nights of tournament. 50/50 raffle tickets are for sale on a cash-only basis.