Wednesday, May 9, 2012
EWGA Foundation’s 100 Holes Fundraiser Supports LPGA-USGA Girls Golf
(PALM BEACH GARDENS, FLORIDA) – Former EWGA Director of Golf Programs Stephanie Jennings, PGA, and her daughter Sophia will play 100 holes at Jupiter Dunes Country Club (Fla.) on Monday, May 14, 2012, to raise funds in support of the EWGA Foundation's 2012 LPGA-USGA Girls Golf fundraising efforts.
The EWGA Foundation is the charitable arm of the EWGA, dedicated to enriching the lives of women through the game of golf. The mission of the EWGA Foundation is to create and fund education and leadership programs for women of all ages.
“This fundraiser is about paying it forward, by enabling girls to experience the 5 E's of Girls Golf: Empower, Enrich, Engage, Exercise and Energize,” said EWGA Chief Executive Officer Pam Swensen. “We greatly appreciate the support Stephanie and Sophia are helping provide, and we know the EWGA, LPGA and USGA make significant, positive differences in girls’ lives on and off the course.”
Those interested in making a donation to the “EWGA Foundation 100 Holes” fundraiser can go to www.ewga.com/100holes or visit www.ewgafoundation.com where instructions are provided to make a pledge per hole or total dollar donation.