ClubsHelp & National Club Association Support Oakland Hills CC Employees Following Tragic Clubhouse Fire
ClubsHelp Foundation, with the support of its partner, the National Club Association (NCA), has established a fund to support Oakland Hills Country Club employees impacted due to the recent, devastating clubhouse fire.
Located in Bloomfield Township, Michigan and founded in 1916, Oakland Hills Country Club has hosted six U.S. Open tournaments and is slotted to host the U.S. Women’s Open in 2031 and 2042.
ClubsHelp—a 501(c)(3) foundation — was created to help golf clubs better serve their communities, amplify their relationships with meaningful causes and charities, and to assist in times of crisis.
When tragedy strikes, ClubsHelp and the NCA rely on the powerful network of golf course owners, club managers, golf course architects and golf professionals, members, and corporate partners to help.
ClubsHelp has made an initial $5,000 donation and will match funds up and until the first $15,000 of outside donations. The collective goal is to raise $250,000.
To help the club community when it needs help the most, donations may be made at https://donate.helpclubshelp.org/ohccfund/Campaign/Details