Golfing For Kids’ Sake

Preparations for the 2022 Jason Claudfelter Golf Invitational are underway, and this is a landmark year as we celebrate our 20th golf tournament.  We are hoping to see upwards of 100 golfers or more at Willow Hollow Golf Course on Friday, August 19th.  Registration is from 12 noon to 12:45 pm with a “shotgun” start at 1 pm.

SPONSORSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE!  Our appreciation goes out to EnerSys, Performance Toyota, and Customers Bank for partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County as Title Sponsors.  We still have slots available for additional Title Sponsors ($2,000 level).  We also thank UGI and Visions Federal Credit Union for being our first two Major Sponsors ($1,000 level).  If Title Sponsor or Major Sponsor are not good for you, we also have the Assisting Sponsor level ($500) or you and/or your company can be a Hole Sponsor for only $100.  Want to know more about our Sponsorship opportunities?  Email Executive Director Jim Smith for more information at or go to

JOIN US ON THE LINKS! It’s only $400 per foursome ($100 per golfer) to participate.  The event includes food and refreshments before and during, plus a catered meal afterwards.  Each golfer receives a THANK YOU gift and is eligible for numerous door prizes throughout the day.  Win prizes for Closest to the Pin and the men’s and women’s longest-drive contests.  Prizes are awarded to the Top Three teams, and the Top Team has their name engraved on the coveted BBBS Golf Invitational Cup!  To register your foursome, email Jim Smith or go to

All proceeds from the 20th Annual Jason Claudfelter Golf Invitational benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Berks County, PA.  Funds raised help us continue to provide our four quality-driven mentoring programs to the many Littles from Berks County FREE-OF-CHARGE to their families.  Little Brother Rusty is one of those Littles who benefits.  Rusty and BB Dudley have been matched since 2019 and their match continues to thrive and grow. They enjoy doing many different activities like hiking, biking, kayaking, and going to the gym together. They often spend time working on academics and homework too. Dudley continues to be a supportive adult in Rusty’s life and pushes him to identify and reach his goals. Rusty shared that he is thankful to have someone like Dudley in his life who he can trust and talk to about anything. All parties of the match have mentioned that they believe the match relationship has been beneficial for everyone involved.