Brooks Koepka Foundation Fund - FS

Since the start of 2020, the Brooks Koepka Foundation Fund has granted over $300,000 to efforts helping the challenges presented this year. Today, the fund is proud to announce the launch of its 12-day fundraising campaign, "12 Days of Brooksmas," to give back to a dozen causes personally selected by Brooks. The hope is that this effort will raise awareness for organizations in need during the holiday season.

"2020 has been hard on everyone, and we hope these 12 days will positively impact thousands of lives and these organizations during this holiday season," said Brooks Koepka.

The Brooks Koepka Foundation Fund will be donating $1,200 to 12 different charities/foundations and organizations through December 12-23, 2020. Brooks will be selecting the charities, but fan-nominations will make the final selection.  

"I'm proud that we have the opportunity to highlight what these organizations are doing across the country, and I'm very excited to offer a chance for the fans to nominate a cause close to them," said Koepka. 

Nominations will be open from December 10-21, 2020. To submit a nomination, please email 12daysofbrooksmas@gmail.com with your name, your contact information, the cause you're nominating, and the reason why Koepka should donate.

The causes already chosen include First Tee the Palm Beaches/Treasure Coast/Broward, Pageant of Hope, Friends of Wellington Regional Medical Center, Hope for Warriors, American Cancer Society, Wags and Walks, Selfless Love Foundation, Best Buddies, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Student Aces.

In 2020, over $445,000 has been granted from The Brooks Koepka Fund, a charitable fund at the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties.

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