The Fellowship Open is scheduled for August 21, 2020, and because of COVID-19 many events have changed format. This event in its 20th year is committed to its purpose of helping youngsters in the community. Even though these are difficult and challenging times, we are committed to making sure that the mission is not interrupted even though some of the formalities associated with it will occur in 2021.
For the past 19 years, the most exciting golf event in Wisconsin has been the Fellowship Open! Not only has the tournament honored business and sports legends, it has also helped over 100 youth organizations. This year's 20th Anniversary celebration will be equally spectacular!
20th Anniversary Sponsorships are available now! Call us for 2020 opportunities now!
IN THE PRESS
Each year, the Fellowship Open takes pride in acknowledging civic, business and community leaders who exemplify a commitment to excellence, philanthropy, and service. In 2019, we proudly recognized the achievements of Olympian Jackie Joyner-Kersee and CEO Greg Marcus.
The Fellowship Open, an annual fundraising golf tournament held at Silver Spring Golf Club in Menomonee Falls, encourages community organizations to foster academic achievement in Milwaukee’s urban youth.
MKE Fellows facilitates internships with Milwaukee’s leading companies, provides highly-acclaimed professional development through a diversity of Wisconsin’s top-flight professionals, and creates vocational awareness in a series of “Lunch & Learns”, educational exposures to career options with major companies throughout the state.
The Fellowship Open helped bring to life the MKE Fellows – recognized as one of the most innovative youth initiatives in the country. The unique program design provides professional development and work experience to outstanding college students through internships, mentoring and vocational support. Initially launched at Morehouse College, MKE Fellows reach has broadened to over 30 educational institutions nationwide. Criteria for involvement specifies African-American males from Wisconsin admitted to a college or university in active pursuit of academic achievement through undergraduate degree completion.
IN THE PRESS
Milwaukee Business Journal
August 22, 2016
August 19, 2016