No tournament, no problem, AmFam Championship donates $3,000,000+ in 2020
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Posted: Jan 30, 2021 4:13 PM CDT
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The 2020 American Family Insurance Championship was canceled amidst the coronavirus pandemic, but Steve Stricker's annual event is still making a huge difference. They donated more than $3,000,000 to different non-profit organizations in 2020.
Tournament director Nate Pokrass tells CBS 58 that many fans of the event chose to donate their ticket fees.
"We've really been able to have an impact throughout the state. Supporting so many organizations in so many fields that this year was impactful in a wide variety of ways."