PHOENIX – The Seena Magowitz Golf Classic, an industry fixture each fall, is going virtual this year. Founder Roger Magowitz announced the change in an online message.
The 18th annual Seena Magowitz Golf Classic had been tentatively scheduled for the Phoenix area this fall.
“Many nonprofits have transitioned to virtual events in recent weeks with considerable success, and we are working tirelessly to ensure that this year’s event moves forward effectively as scheduled, albeit in an online format,” Magowitz said. “While we navigate these new waters and transition this typically in-person event to an online format, we welcome the support and ideas of our ambassadors, donors, speakers and other attendees on how to make this event successful.
“Our annual Celebration of Hope generates a large portion of our annual revenues, and the unprecedented events of this year mean that many of our warriors and their families may need your support more than ever. So, if you have ideas, information about or access to technological resources, fundraising resources or anything else that might help keep this year’s attendees engaged and pancreatic cancer research ongoing, please reach out to us.”
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