PGA of America

PGA Benevolent & Relief Fund

Grants to help Members in Financial Crisis

Life takes us in unexpected directions sometimes, and when it does the PGA would like to help.  The PGA Benevolent & Relief Fund was established to help PGA Members who are in financial crisis. To be eligible for grants up to $5,000, an individual must have

  • Assets totaling no more than $2,000 (excluding home, personal and household goods, insurance policies and automobiles)
  • Income at the national poverty level
  • A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) verify their financial information

The application is available through PGA Membership at (800) 474-2776, and is completely confidential.

HHS POVERTY GUIDELINES FOR 2020

Persons in Family48 Contiguous States and D.C.AlaskaHawaii
1$12,760$15,950$14,680
2$17,240$21,550$19,830
3$21,720$27,150$24,980
4$26,200$32,750$30,130
5$30,680$38,350$35,280
6$35,160$43,950$40,430
7$39,640$49,550$45,580
8$44,120$55,150$50,730
For families/households with more than 8 persons, add for each additional person$4,480$5,600$5,150

SOURCE: The 2020 poverty guidelines are in effect as of January 15, 2020.
The Federal Register notice for the 2020 Poverty Guidelines was published January 17, 2020, , or visit https://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty-guidelines.