PALM DESERT — Beginning June 1, BIGHORN Golf Club Charities is accepting grant applications from Coachella Valley non-profits looking to fund specific new projects that will benefit the most underserved citizens. BIGHORN Cares Grant applications are due Monday, July 15, 2019.

Developed in 2014, BIGHORN Cares grants serve a broad range of people and programs – from educational outreach, after-school services, maternity aid, disability assistance, shelter relief, foster care, health screenings and military programs. BIGHORN Cares has gifted more than $2.3 million through 242 grants to qualified non-profits, funding serious projects that significantly impact the quality of life for the people they serve.

“There are countless non-profits in the Coachella Valley that need financial assistance for specific projects and we invite them to apply for a BIGHORN Cares grant,” said BIGHORN Cares Chairman Joe Kirby. “BIGHORN is an extremely philanthropic, private club and it’s a pleasure to support as many organizations as we can through this program, knowing that it’s the individuals and families that ultimately benefit.”

In December, BIGHORN Cares announced that it had selected 61 qualified Coachella Valley non-profits to receive $503,172 in grant funding. The non-profits are selected based on the need for funding specific projects that benefit the most underserved citizens in the area.

To apply for a grant, click here and when completed, please email grant to: Kelly Levy at by July 15, 2019.

BIGHORN Golf Club Charities

Since its inception in 2006, BIGHORN Golf Club Charities and its Members has gifted over $155 million in funding to support wellness, education, elderly, and enrichment services to the public. BIGHORN Golf Club Charities is the parent organization for both BIGHORN BAM, which funds a number of local cancer related causes, and BIGHORN Cares, which funds specific projects for local non-profits that demonstrate a need and make a real difference in the quality of life for people in the Coachella Valley.


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