The Hope Center for Kids Accepting Registration for The Hope Golf Classic
The Hope Center for Kids (hopecenterforkids.com) is accepting registrations for the 19th annual The Hope Golf Classic, scheduled for Monday, June 14—and you’ll want to register your foursome quickly because it sells out fast every year. The outing will be at Champions Run golf course in Omaha, with a shotgun start at noon, and meals and prizes included. Proceeds from the event support lifeimpacting programs at The Hope, the mission of which is to inspire hope in the lives of youth and children through education, employability, collaboration, and faith.
The Hope Center for Kids provides a safe after-school and summer program where children and youth can take part in the academic support, youth development, faith-based learning opportunities, and receive a hot meal every night. It all started with a vision in the heart of the late Pastor Ty Schenzel, who saw the need for hope in the lives of kids who could not see beyond their circumstances, and his vision became a reality in 1998. More than 20 years later, The Hope is led by Pastor Ty’s son-in-law, Paul Lanphier, and is home to multiple learning spaces, including an Employment & Learning Academy, a commercial kitchen and cafeteria, and the Hope Skate roller rink.
To learn more about The Hope Center for Kids or register for The Hope Golf Classic, visit hopecenterforkids.com, or contact Lou Valla at (402) 341-4673, ext. 1050 / email@example.com. Sponsorships are available for this year’s event by contacting Emily at (402) 341-4673, ext. 1028.