BROOKS, CA – Cache Creek Casino Resort and the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation recently hosted their inaugural charity golf tournament at the award-winning Yocha Dehe Golf Club.
Tribal leaders, vendors, and community partners gathered at the championship golf course with hopes to raise at least $50,000 for Special Olympics Northern California. The initial projections were far exceeded with nearly $70,000 raised going directly to the organization. The organization is dedicated to promoting inclusivity and empowering children and adults with intellectual disabilities, both on and off the field.
“The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation remains committed to building strong, inclusive communities,” said Anthony Roberts, Tribal Chairman of Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation. “We are thrilled to share the natural beauty of our homelands with our valued partners to help raise funds for such an admirable organization.”
“We are thankful to have the opportunity to support such a worthy cause,” said Kari Stout-Smith, General Manager and COO of Cache Creek Casino Resort. “We are ecstatic about the turnout and financial support of our inaugural charity golf tournament. It’s truly a heartwarming experience to see our business and community partners come together to aid in our endeavors to positively impact the people of Northern California. We hope our annual charity golf tournament will continue to grow and benefit even more organizations in Northern California.”
“We are grateful to Cache Creek Casino Resort for supporting Special Olympics Northern California through this charity golf tournament,” said Cathy Domanski, Chief Development Officer for Special Olympics Northern California. “Funds raised allow Special Olympics to continue our mission of creating an inclusive community where people with and without disabilities can make connections, develop healthy lifestyles, achieve success, and experience the joy of sports, all free of charge for participants.”
The second annual charity golf tournament is scheduled for May 2024.