Donation Request

At the University of Maryland Golf Course, we take pride in our efforts to support the community in which we live through assisting many 501(c)(3) organizations. Below you will find information to assist you in requesting a donation. Requests that adhere to the guidelines and procedures stated below will be reviewed individually and will receive equal consideration and a response.

Guidelines for Donation Requests:

  • The University of Maryland Golf Course will occasionally donate green fees primarily to line or silent charity events or auctions. We do NOT make cash donations.
  • The University of Maryland Golf Course offers gift certificates at a 50% discount off green fees and golf carts for qualifying line or silent charity events or auctions.
  • Requests must be received at least 45 days prior to the event date to be considered.
  • The event, program or fundraiser must serve the local, regional, or campus community.
  • Only one donation request per year, per organization will be accepted. Please note that past support does not guarantee future support.
  • In order to effectively and fairly support projects that are strategically aligned with the University of Maryland Golf Course's local community initiatives, our charitable contributions are generally not directed to the following: advocacy or special interest groups, conferences or tours, corporate events and programs, individuals, political parties or candidates, religious organizations, or trips & travel

Donation Request Procedure: 

  • Complete the Application for Donation
  • Email (when prompted) a copy of your organization's federally issued letter certifying non-profit 501(c)(3) status.
  • Submit the application at least 45 days prior to the date the donation is needed.

Start the Application for Donation Process below

We are not taking donation requests at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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