Charitable gift planning ensures that The First Tee of Central Coast can continue to impact the next generations of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.

The following guidelines are available to assist you and your attorney, accountant or financial planner.

Charitable Bequests
The First Tee of Central Coast will accept a charitable bequest in a will or testamentary trust.

Beneficiary Designations
The First Tee will accept a beneficiary designation or irrevocable trust, life insurance policy, 401k or other retirement plan.

Charitable Remainder Trusts
The First Tee of Central Coast will accept designation as a remainder beneficiary of a charitable remainder trust. The First Tee of Central Coast is not in a position to serve as Trustee.

Charitable Lead Trusts
The First Tee of Central Coast will accept designation as an income beneficiary of charitable lead trusts. The First Tee of Central Coast is not in a position to serve as Trustee.

Planned gifts – large and small – are a lasting way to help our young people. The exact wording of any such gift or bequest should be: “To Central Coast Junior Golf, Inc., a California not for profit organization, also known as The First Tee of Central Coast.” For sample language, more information or to notify The First Tee of Central Coast of a planned gift, please contact:

W. Joe Bush
Chairman of the Board
Central Coast Junior Golf, Inc.
dba The First Tee of Central Coast
Tax ID # 77-0524816, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization
PO Box 6261, Santa Barbara, CA 93160
805.963.8611
wjbush@aklaw.net