KVC Shawnee County Golf For Kids 2nd Annual Golf Tournament will host dozens of golfers on September 17 in a charity golf game to raise money for foster children and teens who have experienced mental health crisis or child abuse, neglect and other family challenges. Participants will play at the Shawnee Country Club in Topeka, KS. All proceeds will remain in Shawnee County to specifically assist youth in foster care.
Participants will have access to a cart and 18 holes of golf, multiple opportunities to win gifts and prizes through Silent Auction and drawings, receive complimentary beverages and meals, and take home deluxe golf gifts. Signage throughout the course will be set up to honor those businesses and organizations that have supported the tournament, making it possible for KVC to serve the families and children in crisis.
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Sponsorships and individual and team registrations for the golf tournament are still available. If your company would like to support KVC by sponsoring an event or you would like to enter a team, contact Lance Wilson at 785-207-3403.
Sponsors include Top Fuel Digital, Buffalo Grille & Smokehouse, Topeka Metro Voice, Peggy’s Tax & Accounting, EMC2, Next Level Baseball, Skinny’s Sports Bar, Breakers Sports Bar, Backs by Popular Demand, Tile Worx by Nick, Kansas Fencing Inc, Dirty Dog Pet Services, The Dugout Sports Bar, Victoria’s Bar, and Shannon Nichol, Coldwell Banker. Lunch will begin at 11:30am with Tee Off at 1:00pm.
KVC is a private, nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that enriches and enhances the lives of over 60,000 children and families each year by providing medical and behavioral healthcare, social services, and education. KVC’s diverse continuum of services includes in-home family support, behavioral healthcare, foster care, adoption, substance abuse treatment, and children’s psychiatric hospitals. Learn more at http://www.kvc.org.
–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice
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