Tthe 7th Annual United Way Golf Benefit will be held at Spanish Trail Country Club on June 1. Play begins with a shotgun start at 8 a.m., with golf course contests and awards for the top three finishers. Sponsorships available,
The education nonprofit Andson will host a golf tournament June 5 at Southern Highlands Golf Club. It will be a 4-person scramble with beverages, snacks, lunch, helicopter ball drop, and awards reception following the golf. Sponsorship opportunities available.
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission will hold their 14th annual Golf Tournament June 8 at at Arroyo Golf Club. Entry fees include: post tournament lunch, complimentary gift bag, golf shirt (if applicable), and the satisfaction in helping out our city’s homeless men, women and children.
Enjoy networking, competition, and brunch at this annual fundraiser. Proceeds benefit Helping Hands of Vegas Valley, which provides transportation, a food pantry, and other services for low-income seniors. 8:30A, spectators $100; players $200. Topgolf, 4627 Koval Lane, hhovv.org
Join Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth at their annual Homeless Youth in the Alley Bowling Tournaments on June 9 at the Suncoast Bowling Center. There will be family-friendly fun, unlimited bowling, food, giveaway items, raffle prizes, photo booth, awards and more. Superhero/vigilante costumes encouraged.
Lyft is partnering with Fired Up Management for the Intergalactic Art Car Festival on June 9, with all proceeds benefiting local art programs through the First Friday Foundation. The out-of-this-world festival will convene the largest collection of art cars outside the playa created by some of the country's most brilliant installation artists. Tickets are free, with donations welcome.
A star-studded production of Chicago, a red carpet reception, and a silent auction — what more could you ask for? Proceeds benefit those living with HIV/AIDS. 11A, $45+. The Foundry at SLS, goldenrainbow.org/ribbonoflife
Autism Coalition of Nevada will hold An Educated Taste on July 13 at Dolan Lexus in Reno. Proceeds will help fund critical diagnostic and medical services, supplemental education, and assistive technologies for Nevada families impacted by autism spectrum disorders.