American Family Insurance golf grant recipients

Published: Dec. 12, 2016 at 9:19 PM CST
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- Monday, the American Family Insurance Golf Tournament handed out checks to local charities from money it raised in 2016.

American Family Insurance CEO Jack Salzwedel, Steve Stricker, and his wife Nicki announced the golf tournament raised over a million dollars for charity. The total is one of the highest for a first year PGA tour champions event.

Money will be distributed to the American Family Children's Hospital here Madison, plus 33 other local charities.

Grant Recipients from the 2016 American Family Insurance Championship:

$589,500 American Family Children’s Hospital

$500,000 (varying amounts)

American Cancer Society

Balance & Believe Foundation

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dane County

Boys & Girls Club of Dane County

Bridge Lake Point Waunona Neighborhood Center

Children’s Dyslexia Center

Cover Me Veterans

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services

East Madison Community Center

Edgerton Community Outreach

The First Tee of South Central Wisconsin

Gio’s Garden

Goodman Community Center

Habitat for Humanity of Dane County

Happy Kids Network

Jockey Family Foundation

KOJO Productions

Madison 4 Kids

Madison Reading Project

Middleton Outreach Ministry

Mike Muranyi Junior Golf Foundation

Monsignor Thomas F. Campion Charitable Fund

The River Food Pantry

Second Harvest Foodbank

Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program

Sun Prairie Community Schools

Timothy W. Finchem The First Tee Scholarship

Tri 4 Schools

United Way of Dane County

VSA Wisconsin

Waunakee Community School District

Wisconsin PGA Junior Foundation

YMCA of Dane Count

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