The Women's Golf Alliance is the largest community of women golfers in the world, representing over 120,000 members. It was formed in 2009 to support state and regional golf associations to promote and grow women's golf..
The Women's Golf Alliance members have compiled a list of approved vendors for many of the services you need as a regional Golf Association. Have a referral? Contact us to have them added.
To increase the voice and visibility of women golfers; to enhance the member benefits and services provided by member associations; and to offer marketing, management and governance resources and tools for member associations, staff and boards of directors.
May 2000 – Charity Children Center opens as Harambee House in a first floor suite downtown. The 30-bed facility is staffed by volunteers.
September 2002 – Harambee House takes over the entire building under the name Charity Children Center. A board of directors made up of local leaders meet to discuss the Center’s future.
Thanksgiving 2005 – Charity Children Center Soup Kitchen serves its first meal.
March 2008 - Working in partnership with the city, the Board purchases two abandoned warehouses on 58th Street and begins renovation.
The Women’s Golf Alliance (The Alliance) is an active group of golf associations that provide services for women golfers. We all share a common goal – to grow the game for women.
The Alliance is the largest community of women golfers in the nation, representing over 120,000. We are inviting you to join us and be a part of this great community.
Here are just a few benefits that your association would receive:
The Alliance sponsors a conference each March in Phoenix, AZ, the Women’s Association Roundtable Meeting, also known as WARM. In my opinion, WARM is the best conference I can attend each year. The knowledge and best practices shared cannot be beat. I always return to my association with a plethora of ideas and small changes that we can make to grow our membership, benefits and better serve our constituents.
Membership is open to co-ed and women’s golf associations.
We hope that you will join The Alliance and be a part of supporting, promoting and growing women’s golf.
Jennifer O’Brien, President