Leadership Links
Why do you give back?
Leadership Links helps kids impact their community and help others. Since 2009, more than 3,000 juniors have volunteered nearly 30,000 hours and raised almost in $3 million for charity.
HOW IT WORKS
Impact a charity of your choice along with the AJGA's Achieving Competitive Excellence (ACE) Grant Program (50/50 split).
Track volunteer hours
The AJGA provides a personalized website and marketing materials, processes all donations and issues tax letters. A check is mailed to you at the end of the program for a charity presentation.
CHOOSE A METHOD
Raise money for your cause:

Accept one-time donations or birdie pledges
Host State Cup Series match play events with friends
Join community donors for golf or social functions
Create your own unique event or idea
CHOOSE A CHARITY
Select from one of the following options:
Nicklaus Health Care Foundation
AJGA's ACE Grant Program
Any charity with a 501(c)(3) designation

Matching Funds Available:
Veteran Golfers Association
Tennessee Golf Foundation
Sneds Tour
Our Kids
Junior Golf Charities
Get started on the registration process.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE SINCE 2009
2,300
Total Charities Supported
3,177
Total Juniors Involved in the Program
$3m
Raised since 2009
LEARN MORE
Golf with Rickie Fowler, meet Jack Nicklaus, earn PBE status, and much more by participating in Leadership Links.
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Compete against top junior golfers from your state while raising money to support causes like AJGA's ACE Grant financial assistance program
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In its second year, the AJGA State Cup Series event raised money for the MACC Fund, The Wisconsin PGA Junior Foundation and the AJGA’s ACE Grant Program.
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See active junior campaigns and donation options.
VIDEOS
Junior golfer explains why she started a Leadership Links campaign to aid COVID-19 relief in her home country of China.
William Mirams of Stroudsburg, Pa., was honored as a 2019 recipient of the USGA-AJGA Presidents’ Leadership Award for his work with the Lehigh Valley Hospital.
An introduction into the story of Iowa golfer Ian Johnston, who used his brother's drug overdose, to create awareness and raise money for substance abuse prevention.
Contact Beth Dockter to learn more about Leadership Links