Join the Northeastern Illinois University Foundation for the 47th annual Chuck Kane Scholarship Golf Event. The Chevy Chase Country Club 18-hole, championship golf course in Wheeling, Illinois, is perfect for all golfing abilities and ages - from first-timers to avid golfers. The goal of this year's event is to raise $30,000 for NEIU scholarships that deeply impact students' lives.
The 47th Annual Chuck Kane Scholarship Golf Event
August 5, 2019
Chevy Chase Country Club
1000 N. Milwaukee Avenue
Wheeling, Ill. 60090
Contact Cecil Hynds-Riddle, email@example.com, (773) 442-4223.
Registration: 9:30 a.m.
Shotgun Start: 11 a.m.
Cocktails: 4:30 p.m.
Dinner: 5:30 p.m.
Golfer Attendee Rates
Golf, Lunch, Cocktails, and Dinner: $200 per player, Foursome $780
Golf, Lunch, and Cocktails: $135 per person, Foursome $520
Dinner and Cocktails: $75 per person
The Day Includes:
- 18 holes of golf
- Putting contest with a chance to win a cash prize
- Lunch served out on the course
- The chance to win $10,000 at our hole-in-one contest
- A silent auction featuring many exciting items
- Awards for all top foursomes
- Cocktail hour and dinner after play
Your generous contribution to the Kane Golf Event impacts 15 students annually by funding seven Chuck Kane scholarships. Now, sponsors and attendees may designate sponsorships and registration fees to any NEIU Foundation Scholarship and support dozens more students from all majors and backgrounds. Gifts without a designation will benefit the Chuck Kane Scholarship Fund.
Please see the Sponsorship Opportunities Brochure for more detail.
See a listing of all current NEIU Foundation Scholarships.
Don't find a scholarship that meets a need you see on campus? To start your own scholarship for NEIU students, and for all other questions regarding sponsoring or attending the Kane Event, contact Cecil Hynds-Riddle at firstname.lastname@example.org or (773) 442-4223.
Each year we host a silent auction to raise funds for Chuck Kane Scholarships. If you donate to the silent auction, you or your company will be acknowledged on the website, in the program book, and appreciated by approximately 150 attendees at the event. To contribute to the silent auction, contact Cecil Hynds-Riddle, at email@example.com, (773) 442-4223 or fill out this in-kind contribution form.
The Kane silent auction is live online. Start your bidding now! Online bidding closes at noon on July 31 and will resume in person on Aug. 5 at the Kane Event.
More About the Chuck Kane Scholarship Golf Event
Chuck Kane, former NEIU athletic director, was a dedicated teacher and a beloved golf coach. The NEIU community honors his memory with the annual Chuck Kane Scholarship Golf Event, the University's longest running philanthropic event. The Kane family continues to support the event as golfers and sponsors.
“The mission of this event is to support our students with scholarships and to honor the memory of a consummate professor,” said Liesl Downey, executive director of the NEIU Foundation and Northeastern’s vice president for Institutional Advancement. “It is one of the most symbolic efforts of the Foundation, and we are grateful to everyone who joins us in our efforts.”
In total, seven scholarships are funded by the Chuck Kane Scholarship Golf Event, which has raised $403,606 since 1991. With an endowment of $463,457, the scholarship has provided support for nearly 200 students.
When you support the Chuck Kane Scholarship Golf Event, you are directly benefiting students at what is considered the most diverse college or university in the Midwest, according to The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education and U.S. News & World Report. With over 100 countries of citizenship represented by our student body for Fall 2017, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education recognized NEIU as a top-100 university for ethnically diverse graduates. Also, according to U.S. News & World Report and LendEDU, Northeastern is the best in the state and among the nation's leaders at graduating students with the least debt.
Thank you to our 2019 Sponsors:
The Kane Family
The Slingerland Family
President Gloria J. Gibson
Cinespace Chicago Film Studios supporting the Nick Mirkopoulos Scholarship
Korean American Language and Literature Association supporting the KALLA Scholarship
Sgt. Brandon J. Mueller and Mrs. Jessica Mueller supporting the Mueller Family, USMC Veterans Scholarship
Mr. Thomas F. Power Jr.
Mr. Eric Rojas, Kale Realty
Mr. Steve Dunnett, Blueleaf Lending
Matt McIntee, Green Golf Partners
Mr. Nick Patterson, Kale Realty
For the Alumni Travel Study Scholarship
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Illinois Latino Council on Higher Education
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Rocci
Ancel Glink PC
Sylvia, Thurston, and Sophia Daniels
Mr. Brandon M. DaPrato and Mrs. Stacey E. DaPrato
Friends of Jimmy DiMatteo and Doc Waechter
DiMeo Schneider & Associates
Mr. and Mrs. Mike and Niki Dizon
Mr. Michael Downey and Ms. Liesl Downey
Evolution Volleyball Academy
John Fraire. PH.D.
Frances E. Streit Foundation
Thomas R. Gramins, CPA
President Emerita Sharon Hahs and Dr. Billy Hahs
Arnold and Kathy Henning
Melissa Reardon Henry and Brendan Henry
Kids Playing Summer Camps
Dr. Daniel López Jr. and Mr. Gregory Beirise
NEIU Alumni Association
NEIU Daniel L. Goodwin College of Education
NEIU Health Sciences and Physical Education
John F. Roskopf in Memory of Dr. Bernard J. Brommel
2019 Kane Planning Committee Members
2016 Alumna, NEIU Assistant Director of Alumni Relations
1971 Alumnus and Former Student-Athlete, Retired NEIU Coach, Anderson Landscape Supply
Chair, NEIU Health Sciences and Physical Education Department
2017 Alumnus, 2015 Chuck Kane College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship Recipient
NEIU Director of Development
NEIU Director of Public Relations
NEIU Development Officer
NEIU Class of 2020, Steven Johnson Photography
NEIU Class of 2020
NEIU Director of Campus Recreation
NEIU Class of 2020
2005 Alumnus, Kale Realty
NEIU Assistant Director of Development
Dirk Tussing '08
2008 Alumnus, NEIU Foundation Board Member Emeritus
Retired NEIU Assistant Vice President of Facilities
General inquiries: Cecil Hynds-Riddle, Office of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org, (773) 443-4223.