GREEN BAY (NBC 26) — For three days, three Green Bay non-profits are hosting a community-wide mini-golf outing like you've never seen before. The event is called "Golfing for Hope."
Business and supporters built their own creative mini golf holes. Participants can then explore the course while supporting these local non-profits at the same time.
"It's part mini-golf, it's part community collaboration, and it's part scavenger hunt almost," said Beth Hudak, Community Engagement Manager for the House of Hope Green Bay. "We have more than a dozen mini-golf holes on the course scattered throughout Green Bay. They're at businesses, other non-profits, and at people's homes—some of our supporters."
The money raised during "Golfing for Hope" will be split between House of Hope Green Bay, Howe Community Resource Center, and Literacy Green Bay.