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Since 2003, the Builders Fore Kids Charity Golf Tournament has raised over $725,000 for children's organizations located in the Sacramento Region and continues to be one of the premiere golf tournaments in the area for the construction industry.

The success of Builders Fore Kids is due to the continued commitment of our sponsors supporting and contributing to charitable organizations in our local community

where we are proud to live and work. 

Our goal is to raise $50,000 for

Capital College & Career Academy!

Capital College and Career Academy is a new charter program aimed at addressing a critical need here in the Sacramento area while providing students with the skills and certifications necessary to become change-makers in their community. CCCA was developed in partnership with the community, higher education partners, and business leaders to address the misalignment between K-12 education and post-secondary options.

With a vision to create an educational environment where students are college accelerated and job prepared, CCCA is the only school in the region that has dual enrollment agreements allowing students to take college courses on Sacramento State and American River College campuses. The school will target incoming 9th-grade students who are motivated learners looking for a hands-on academic experience to provide a one-of-a-kind learning experience.


Graduating students will possess a number of college units, trade specific certifications, and a vast array of on-the-job training, making them more attractive to employers and colleges than their peers. The curriculum at CCCA will provide a life-changing opportunity for students who, upon graduation will have the real-world experience and the tangible skills that will allow them to succeed not just today but for years down the road.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

The 2022 Builders Fore Kids Charity Golf Tournament raised $50,000

Capital College & Career Academy!
THANK YOU to our generous sponsors for supporting this event!

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