Since the inception of the Presidents Cup in 1994, more than $56.4 million has been generated from event proceeds. Over the past 25 years, the Presidents Cup has impacted more than 475 charities in 18 countries worldwide. The Presidents Cup arrived in Charlotte, with the TOUR and Quail Hollow Club making a commitment to supporting organizations focused on improving social and economic mobility in the Queen City. In those four years the event has supported areas tied to the MREI which is focused on bridging the digital divide; investing in the Corridors of Opportunity; boosting recruiting and retention of diverse candidates for the city’s biggest employers; and transforming Johnson C. Smith University into a top-10 HBCU.
Presidents Cup announces charitable contributions totaling $2 million
The Presidents Cup announced the event’s overall charitable contribution of $2 million with the majority directed to local Charlotte-based non-profit organizations, highlighted by $575,000 towards the Charlotte Mayor’s Racial Equity Initiative (MREI).