Looking for a new and entertaining way to support the important work we do for children in foster care? How about participating in the Birdies for Charity fundraiser offered through the Valero Texas Open?? Birdies for Charity is a unique way to support our cause by making a one-time donation or pledge one cent or more for every birdie made during the Valero Texas Open in April. For added excitement, guess the number of birdies you think will be made during the tournament for your chance to win a Stay-and-Play Gift Package!!
What is a birdie? In golf, “par” is the normal expected score on any given hole. Every one of the 18 holes on a golf course has its own “par” assigned to it. A “birdie” is one stroke under par for a hole, possibly derived from the term “It flew like a bird” to indicate a good shot. For example, Par 5 on Hole 18, a Birdie would be 4, an Eagle would be 3, and a Double Eagle would be 2 strokes to get the ball in from the tee box, onto the green and into the hole. The 2016 Valero Texas Open had 1,834 birdies made!
For more information about this fundraising event, please click here. To join in on the fun, complete the pledge form and mail to Foster Angels of South Texas, P.O. Box 18863, Corpus Christi, TX 78480 or complete online by clicking here.
100% of your donation will directly benefit the children we serve. Thank you for helping foster children as they continue on their journey along the fairway of life…
How You Can Help
Foster Angels relies on donations in order to continue helping abused and neglected children. By donating to Foster Angels today, you will ensure foster children have the things they need to be happy and successful. Please remember that 100% of your donation goes directly to the kids!
To donate, please click here or mail your donation to:
Foster Angels of South Texas Foundation
P.O. Box 18863
Corpus Christi, TX 78480
YOUR GIFT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN A CHILD'S LIFE!
Foster Angels of South Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in foster care