There is one common virtue that all Midnight Golf Program (MGP) students possess: the determination to thrive. That grit combined with a strong support system of mentors and coaching, high-level life skills training and financial resources equate to cycle-breaking results and endless possibilities.

The Determination to THRIVE

There is one common virtue that all Midnight Golf Program (MGP) students possess: the determination to thrive. That grit combined with a strong support system of mentors and coaching, high-level life skills training and financial resources equate to cycle-breaking results and endless possibilities.

As our students enter this exciting time of transition in their lives, MGP’s young people need you more than ever. Your support ensures that our students will remain undeterred from success.

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MGP Talks Virtual Event

Register now for our “MGP Talks” virtual event, an inspiring “Ted Talks” style evening sharing remarkable student stories.

When: Thursday evening, October 1, 2020

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VIP Masters Raffle

Win a trip to the 2021 Masters! Only 200 tickets will be sold so the odds are GREAT! The winner will be announced at the MGP Talks virtual event on October 1st. The winner does not need to be present to accept the prize.

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Driver Award Honorees

Each year, MGP honors individuals who demonstrate exemplary passion and commitment to our students. We are so pleased to present this year’s Driver Award to:
Lisa and James Breaugh, Byna Elliott, and The Sehn Family

The awards will be presented at the MGP Talks virtual event on October 1.

Student Financial Gaps

For the first time in our program’s history, college support requests have exceeded $100,000 and we anticipate that need to grow even higher in the weeks to come. Here are stories from students who need support:

Marcellus Counts
Junior, Alabama A&M
Financial Gap: $5,432

“Due to the pandemic, I am no longer able to work at my part-time job. My internship has been my main source of revenue during these times and the only way I can get money for my day-to-day necessities. My father has been unable to work since March due to the pandemic. This aid will greatly help me during this time so that I can continue my schooling.”

Leon Jones
Senior, Oakwood University
Financial Gap: $7,276

“During my senior year of high school, my whole world was shaken when my mom passed away from cancer. She was my rock and always believed in me. Although I’ve lost my best friend, I use her death as motivation to become the man I promised her I would become. I am well on my way to graduate next year and need help with my current gap to cross the finish line.”

Sha’Kiya Madison
Senior, Tuskegee University
Financial Gap: $4,000

“As a result of the pandemic, my mother works graveyard shifts at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn as a critical care nurse. She is a single parent of two and cannot contribute as much as she’d like to my education. Without a job, rent and other household expenses have become overwhelming. I also recently lost my choir scholarship as a result of the pandemic.”

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Investment Opportunities

MGP’s young people need you more than ever. Your support ensures that our students will remain undeterred from success.

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