Sycuan Resort Raises Funds for the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
October 31, 2011, (El Cajon, California) – Today, Sycuan Resort, an award-winning golf resort just 24 miles inland from downtown San Diego, announced that as a part of its 2011 Gold Club Golf Membership drive, it would donate a percentage of sales to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, a non-profit organization which provides financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Services, their families, and survivors in need. The group’s various programs are primarily run by over 3,500 volunteers worldwide.
For every membership the NMCRS generates, Sycuan will gift the organization ten dollars.
“We are deeply gratified to donate a portion of our membership proceeds to the NMCRS, a group which works tirelessly on behalf of the brave men and women who protect our freedom every single day,” said Doug Kacena, Director of Sales and Marketing for Sycuan Resort. “We are excited to introduce our members to this organization and the important work it is doing on behalf of Navy Service members.”
“We are thankful to Sycuan Resort for supporting our organization,” said Barry White, Captain, United States Navy (Ret), Director of Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society San Diego. “Having generous community partners like Sycuan Resort allows the Society to better serve our Sailors and Marines in financial need,” adds White.
In addition to a multitude of deep discounts at its award-winning golf course; Sycuan’s Gold Club Membership also offers a complimentary stay at its 100-room hotel and spa, which just underwent a $2.7 million renovation. Members will also enjoy perks such as a two for one entrée at the Sycuan Café Grill, now headed by award-winning Chef, Augie Saucedo.