Lending a helping hand.
Since its inception, the Southern Highlands Charitable Foundation has helped many children, teens, and women in need in the Las Vegas community. Money raised over the years has sent critically ill children to summer camp, granted wishes, provided school supplies and clothing for children, created a vibrant art enrichment program, awarded higher education scholarships for disadvantaged students and financially assisted families of children diagnosed with cancer.
A variety of annual events, including the Governor’s Black-Tie Invitational, the Southern Highlands Fall Festival, Ladies Pink Tee Golf Tournament and more have raised over $16 million for numerous charities and their beneficiaries.
The Governor’s Black-Tie Invitational annual golf and social event, supported and endorsed by the Governor of Nevada, is dedicated to raising millions of dollars for numerous non-profit organizations supporting children, teens, and women in need throughout the Las Vegas community with 3 days of golf, giving and entertainment.
Thank you for joining us at the 2015 Ladies’ Pink Tee. This The Pink Tee is the annual ladies only giggle golf and social event established to raise money for local breast cancer organizations in Southern Nevada. Presented by Southern Highlands Charitable Foundation, MJ Christensen Diamonds and Saks Fifth Avenue, the ladies dress in pink and kick off the day with a chipping and putting contest, 9-hole ‘Shoot for the Cure’ golf scramble and follow up with shopping, cocktails and dinner.
The Fall Festival is a free autumn festival featuring a pumpkin patch, Kids’ Zone, carnival games, raffle prizes, crafts, vendor fair, costume contest, field games, trick-or-treating, food and drinks and more for the entire family. Proceeds benefit the Down Syndrome Organization of Southern Nevada.
The Annual Memorial Day Celebration, hosted by Southern Highlands at Stonewater Park, brings out approximately 4,000 homeowners to play, enjoy good food and company and honor their country. There are an assortment of games, face painting, bounce houses, water slides, live entertainment, raffles, BBQ and a fabulous fireworks extravaganza with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Operation Warmheart – a program that collects money and food for Air Force families.
After years of planning and fundraising, Southern Highlands Boys and Girls Club opened their doors to public in 2014. The Boys and Girls Club operates year-round after school and summer programs for 6-18 year olds. The club is located on Southern Highlands Parkway and Shinnecock Hills Avenue and provides a wide variety of amenities including a state-of-the-art learning center with computer lab, an art studio, a teen center with its own computer lab and media center, and a regulation-sized gymnasium with hardwood floors and scoreboard. All ages can enjoy the game room with a multitude of offerings including foosball and pool. The secure outdoor play area is enhanced with a barbecue.