Scholarships

The First Tee of Sarasota/Manatee will never turn a child away from Life Skills Experience Programs for the inability to pay thanks to the Ryder Anthony Panico Memorial Fund. We work with families so their child may participate in our programs. We do, however, ask that if you are able to pay a portion of any of the costs that you do so.  Please understand that as a scholarship participant you and your child may be asked to write thank you letters to donors, submit a story or to participate in fundraising events.

 

How do I apply for financial assistance?

Applying for financial assistance will now be part of the registration process. Please following the following steps.

Step 1: Register your child for your desired class by adding the class to the cart.
Step 2: Once you add your child(ren) to the cart, click PROCEED TO CHECK OUT.
Step 3: Continue the Event Registration by filling out the participants contact information and answering the questions.  When you get to the Financial Aid Page, please click that you would like to apply.  Answer the questions and click continue.
Step 4: Select the participant(s) that you would like to receive consideration for aid.  Upon applying, your application will be reviewed by the First Tee – Sarasota/Manatee staff and a determination will be made.
Step 5: Upon determination, you will receive an email with directions to complete your registration.  You will have 48 hours to complete your registration.  Failure to complete your registration in 48 hours will result in your registration being cancelled.

**You must apply for financial assistance each session

First Tee’s Reach

Our chapter is one of many in the First Tee network. First Tee is reaching young people in all 50 states and select international locations on golf courses, in elementary schools and through other youth-serving organizations.

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First Tee’s Reach

Our chapter is one of many in the First Tee network. First Tee is reaching young people in all 50 states and select international locations on golf courses, in elementary schools and through other youth-serving organizations.


Learn More