From time to time, you will hear people say that they’re walking with an extra bounce in their step. At Mercy Kids, a Springfield hospital dedicated to improving children’s lives, that’s the way it is every day.
And who cannot appreciate that?
It’s more than a hospital treating children; more than doctors for children; more than nurses treating a sick child. Mercy Kids, a home away from home, is a special way of caring for children’s health and well-being, from conception to graduation.
Even better, the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper – through your donations — has helped to play a positive role for Mercy Kids.
And you can again.
Businesses and golf fans who support the PCCC should know their dollars can be extremely effective – and positive. Mercy Kids is back on board for a 16th year with the PCCC, which has gifted almost $13 million for local charities in the past 26 years.
“The Price Cutter Charity Championship Golf Tournament has been overwhelmingly successful and is an exciting event that generates additional funding for Mercy Children’s Hospital and Mercy Kids,” said Ted Stutzman, Chief Operating Officer Pediatric Specialty Services. “The event creates an avenue to fund items and programs that directly have a positive impact for the children of our community.”
RISING STARS, RAISING HOPES
BUSINESS SPONSORSHIPS: Businesses also can support the PCCC through various sponsorships, such as the skyboxes on the 9th and 18th greens (with food badges), on-course signage and events such as a dozen Pro-Ams. Businesses also can donate a gift card with at least a $25 value in the name of your charity of choice to benefit them in the Golf Ball & Charity Auction presented by Copy Products, Inc. and University Plaza.
WIN A NEW TRUCK: The purchase of a $25 TLC Properties Charity Sweepstakes ticket can win one of 500 daily gift cards as well as grand prizes of $10,000 and a 2016 Ford F-150 XLT. It’s also good for a four-day tournament pass.
SEE THE FUTURE OF THE PGA TOUR: The PCCC is from Aug. 5-15, with the pros beginning play on Aug. 11 at Highland Springs Country Club. For tickets or other ways to assist, call the Price Cutter Charity Championship staff at 417-887-3400.