Second annual Open for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity Guatemala announces its second annual golf tournament, to be held this March in the Country Club Guatemala.
GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala (February 22, 2011) – Habitat for Humanity Guatemala invites you to participate in its second annual golf tournament, “Open for Humanity.” The event will be held on Friday, March 4, in the prestigious Guatemala Country Club.
The tournament is one of the most important fundraising events for the organization. Support is provided by the Guatemala Country Club, as well as sponsors such as Remax, Continental Airlines, Ogilvy Public Relations Agency, Bienes Inmuebles TV, Crowne Plaza, Rackets & Golf Magazine, the Event Center, Ser Gerente Magazine and SML Group.
The event will be played in the style of “A Go-Go” in foursomes, with a maximum of 90 players. Tee time is at 7:30 a.m.
Habitat for Humanity Guatemala’s Open for Humanity offers prizes for a hole in one and closest to the pin, and will host a putting contest, among other activities. Participants will share a lunch after the tournament.
Participation is Q600 per participant. All proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity Guatemala.
For more information please contact Estuardo Ramírez at [email protected] or call 2333-0020 / 4740-6016.
About Habitat for Humanity Guatemala Habitat for Humanity Guatemala is an organization that works to facilitate access to adequate housing for families with limited economic resources, working with people from all walks of life regardless of their religion, political affiliation, social class, etc., offering credit for the construction or improvement of housing. For more information please visit .
About Habitat for Humanity Latin America and the Caribbean
Habitat for Humanity first opened its doors in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) in 1979, and has since helped more than 100,000 low-income families to access adequate housing in the region. Headquartered in San Jose, Costa Rica, the Latin America and Caribbean regional office coordinates the efforts of 16 national organizations, as well as unique partnerships throughout the region. For more information, visit .