Come join us for our 11th Annual Memorial Tournament
9:00 am shotgun start 4-man captain’s choice. $100.00 per person
This year's tournament will help us to continue our efforts to helping families cope with the loss of a teen in a vehicle collision, and helping teens making good decisions when behind the wheel. Will you please help us continue our mission keeping Kenny's memory alive by giving or playing in our tournament? Thank you for your generosity.
This year Larry Lucas State Farm will sponsor a $10,000 hole in one! as well as
3 other hole in one prizes that will include a $500 Visa card, Callaway Irons, and a 4k smart 50" TV!
Hole in one……2,500.00
4- polo shirts
Golf foursome entry
Sponsor link on website, and throughout tournament, and all mailings
4-personalized golf hats
Golf twosome entry
Sponsor recognition at registration
4-golf personalized golf coolers
Sponsor recognition on breakfast and lunch tables
Hole Sponsor 125.00
100.00 individual registrations
400.00 team registration
For Auction Items, Please send your donations to KWF P.O. Box 397, White Rock SC 29177
The Kenny Wolfe Foundation was honored to be a part of the panel at the 5th Annual Youth Summit at SC State University in July of this year. Our very on CEO was a guest speaker and was excited to attend this years Summit. Check out all the speaker bios here. http://eatsmartmovemoresc.org/youth-engagement/youth-summit-2/speaker-bios/
This year’s Youth Summit also featured breakout sessions with one special treat for boys. Award-winning speaker and National Manager at Fatherhood.com, Patrick Patterson, spoke to boys about the importance of establishing strong relationships, keeping a positive circle of friends, and defining success – it’s not about money. He concluded his session with a How to Tie a Tie instruction. For this portion, ESMMSC held a necktie drive and collected over 900 neckties from individuals across the Midlands.
The youth had six other breakout session choices on avoiding risky behaviors, public speaking, how to advocate, how government works, perception of self, and how to make healthy eating and active living policies work in school through the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60.
Other special guests included: WACH FOX 57’s “Trendy” Fraendy Clervaud, Richland County Sherriff’s Deputy Curtis Wilson, and DJ Jeremiah. The Youth Summit was made possible by the Southeastern United Dairy Industry Association, BlueCross BlueShield of SC Medicaid and several other supporters.
The Kenny Wolfe Foundation was honored in helping sponsor our dear friend Mr. Ed Bracey in the Great Cycle Challenge. Ed, founder of Synergy of Empowered Women earned his jersey for fundraising to fight youth cancer, which took his son's life December 13, 2009. Ed rode in his son's memory, way to go Ed! We are so proud of you and honored to support you! www.greatcyclechallenge.com
Hosted by Central Central Carolina Community Foundation, Midlands Gives is a 24-hour online giving event that brings the region together as one community, raising money and awareness for local nonprofits in 11 Midlands counties.
Everyone can be a philanthropist on May 2nd! With a donation of $20.00 or more, you can help The Kenny Wolfe Foundation achieve our goal.