BPU charity golf tourney raises $30,000 for Nativity House KC

Some board members of the BPU Employees Golf Corp. recently awarded a check for $30,000 to officials representing the Nativity House in KCK. (Photo from BPU)

Committee members of the BPU Employees Charity Golf Corp. recently presented a check for $30,000 to Nativity House KC, sharing the proceeds raised in the 2017 BPU Charity Golf Tournament with this local organization.

As part of its ongoing commitment to the community, BPU employees hold an annual golf tournament which, to date, has raised almost $540,000 for charities and nonprofits that benefit children and youth in Wyandotte County.

Nativity House KC, a residential maternity home in Kansas City, Kansas, assists young unwed mothers and their small children with parenting classes, life skills, care and support.

The annual tournament was held at Dub’s Dread Golf Course in western Wyandotte County, with over 150 players and over 40 corporate sponsors helping contribute to a fun and fulfilling day for both participants and volunteers.

Next year’s tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 8.

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