Treehouse
 
 
 

Treehouse

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In order to raise money for Treehouse, a non-profit organization that provides material and educational services for foster children in Washington state, TMCI planned the 2007 June Leonard Memorial MiniGolf Tournament. Held in Washington’s historic capitol building, the event also featured a reception at the Governor’s Mansion hosted by local comedian Pat Cashman. The first-year event exceeded its fundraising goals, bringing in over $80,000 for foster kids.

The 18-hole miniature golf tournament is the only charity event of its kind to take place in the capitol building. The TMCI team navigated through many state laws and regulations, bringing together a wide range of guests across party lines and building enormous bipartisan support for the charity. TMCI also mobilized the business community to help “Make the Cut” for foster kids, bringing in sponsors such as Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, NASCAR, T-Mobile and others. The event truly became an instant classic and will be enjoyed for years to come.