Vitae Foundation is hosting the Jerry and Kaye Meiners 26th Annual Pro-Life Golf Classic July 20 at the Shadow Glen Golf Club in Olathe, Kan. It raises funds to promote a culture of life and to help inform women facing unplanned pregnancies about local resources available which can assist them in making a life-affirming decision.
Lunch begins at 10:30 a.m. followed by a noon shotgun start. At 11:15 a.m. there will be a SwingFit golf clinic hosted by The Golf Stable. The tournament is a 4-person scramble for men and women. Proceeds from this golf tournament will be used to help promote Vitae’s mission, which includes digital media efforts for Pregnancy Help Centers (PHCs) in the Greater Kansas City area.
“Vitae’s strategies are directing pregnant women with unintended pregnancies to Pregnancy Help Centers where they receive compassion and needed resources. What we are doing is taking away fear and isolation and offering practical support so women can choose life,” Vitae’s Market Director Eddie Mulholland stated. “We are on a winning track and that means we’re saving mothers and babies.”
To participate in the Jerry & Kaye Meiners 26th Annual Pro-Life Golf Classic and for additional sponsorship information, please visit VitaeFoundation.org/events or call Vitae at 573-634-4316.
Vitae Foundation is a national non-profit organization which uses digital media campaigns to reach women facing unplanned pregnancies. Vitae uses Right Brain research and messaging to promote a culture of life.
Vitae’s presence in the Kansas City media market this last year included Meet Life efforts, Google AdWords (paid Google search), website development and search engine optimization. Vitae ads also run on the Missouri Tiger Network during MU football games.
Prizes include a new vehicle (provided by McCarthy Auto Group) for a hole-in-one; $1,000 Closest to the Hole (provided by Whitney Meiners, The Bradshaw Group, Reece Nichols Licensed Agent in MO & KS); $500 chipping contest (provided by Greg Muraski); drawings of one $1,000 prize and three $500 prizes. Immediately following the tournament, a complimentary dinner provided by award-winning Jack Stack Barbecue will be served.
The tournament Chairpersons are Ron Ward and David Meiners.