Last year we were so pleased to have phenomenal player support, and the most generous support from our friends and partners during the silent auction portion of our 3rd annual golf fundraiser for the children in Kenya. We are even more excited to now be informing all of our We Are Kenya friends and partners about this year’s event – happening very soon, in mid-September, at our location from last year – which has gorgeous landscaping and scenery, and had rave reviews, by all accounts! A challenging, professional course location that will compete with the best of Palmer’s courses! 😉
And this year we again have our friend, and sponsor, Sundi’s Gift – a 501(c)3-pending non-profit partnering in similar efforts to We Are Kenya in the same regions of the country, with the same philanthropic, gospel-centered vision. We Are Kenya is proud to come alongside and lend her voice and support to the causes we all hold so dear. (be sure to check out the latest videos of our beautiful children!)
So if you haven’t yet gotten the word about this day-filled event, please get the lowdown below, and come on out for tons of challenge, fun, good food, and a great cause to which so many of our hearts closely align.
When: Sept 15th, Saturday @ 1:00 PM
Where: Chesapeake Bay Golf Club, 1500 Chesapeake Club Drive, North East, Maryland, 21901 – http://www.chesapeakegolf.com/
Cost: $150/player ($600/team of 4)
What’s Included: 18 holes of golf, full dinner buffet, commemorative gift, great fellowship, and phenomenal contests, prizes via silent auction!
Contests will include: closest to the pin, longest drive, beat-the-pro contest, and a CAR for a hole-in-one! (provided by Boyle Buick/GMC Truck in Abingdon, MD)
For more information and to sign-up please contact Everett Smith at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT SUNDI’S GIFT, INC. — Sundi’s Gift works with Kenyan organizations like Child Survival Center, Provision Education Center and others to provide resources for the children of Kenya. The goal of Sundi’s Gift, Inc. is to provide sustainable livelihoods and resources to Kenyan citizens, especially for its children. Income is raised through special events, private donations, and fundraising efforts. With last year’s golf proceeds we have purchased property in Kenya to build a fish and aquaponics project.