Application Deadline:  Thursday, April 4, 2019


Founded in 2013, PGA REACH Nebraska (the “Foundation”) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization committed to positively impacting lives through the game of golf.  The Foundation was created for the purpose of administering the philanthropic affairs on behalf of the golf professionals within the Nebraska Section PGA.  These affairs include, but are not limited to, promotion and growth of junior golf, scholarship programs, programs for underprivileged youth and contributions to allied charitable organizations.


A committee comprised of members and advisory members of the Foundation Board of Directors will review grant requests. The committee conducts initial reviews and determines if all information required is provided. The committee may choose to meet with applicants to gain further information about their grants. The committee then determines the benefits of each grant request and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors, which makes the final decision.

Consideration will be given to:

The degree of potential benefit to the golf community.
Programs that target youth ages 18 and under, military personnel, people with disabilities, or minorities
The span of communities the project will reach.
Whether the program targets the new golfer, lapse golfer, and core golfer

The Foundation does not fund endowment campaigns, religious or political activities.


Grant Applications must be submitted and signed by the organization or individual requesting the grant. Persons submitting Grant Applications may request assistance in preparing the Applications from a PGA Professional or the Foundation. The Grant Application deadline for 2019 programs is Thursday April 4th, 2019. Grant Applications may be submitted past the deadline or throughout the year, however, consideration of Grant Applications submitted after the deadline is not guaranteed. Individuals or organizations may also apply for grants in consecutive years. Grant awards will be used solely to run the program described in the Grant Application and no one individual or organization is to profit from the grant.

If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Bob Danenhauer at