Ag World Golf Classic Donates $90K+

Published online: Nov 23, 2020 Articles
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In an incredible demonstration of care from the region’s agriculture industry and local businesses, Ag World Support Systems recently presented the 7th Annual Ag World Golf Classic check for $93,168 to Ronald McDonald House Charities Inland Norwest in Spokane, Wash. 

With COVID-19 restrictions and the passing of Ag World Support Systems and the Ag World Golf Classic’s founder, Warren Henninger, it was uncertain if this charity tournament could be held in 2020. While the Kennewick, Wash., tournament had to be canceled due to COVID-19, the Ag World Golf Classic tournament was held in Moses Lake Wash., for the first time. 

“We are so grateful for the show of support this year both for our founder Warren Henninger and for the Ronald McDonald House Charities—both honoring Warren’s legacy and caring for those in need through giving to the House,” says Melanie Henninger Finch of Ag World Support Systems. “Through the generosity of 82 sponsors and doonors and 133 golfers, this year’s event was a huge success.”

Ag World Golf Classic presented the check to the Ronald McDonald House Charities Inland Northwest in November after finalizing all donations. The Ag World Golf Classic continues to be the largest independent fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald Charities in the Inland Northwest.

Left to right: Ronald McDonald House Inland Northwest executive director Michael Forness accepts a check from Ag World Support Systems’ Judy Henninger, Bryan Henninger and Melanie Henninger Finch. A photo is also shown of the late Warren Henninger, founder of Ag World Support Systems and the Ag World Golf Classic, who passed away in May.