2017 Golf Fore Kids' Sake

2017 Golf Fore Kids' Sake

About This Campaign

Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Golf Fore Kids’ Sake is an opportunity for the Lexington community to enjoy a game of golf on the beautiful Keene Run Golf Course on July 24, 2017! The golf scramble is open to anyone and everyone interested in participating, and all proceeds are invested in Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass' mentoring programs.

Tee off is set for 1 p.m. We’ll have prizes for the top three teams along with other giveaways and fun activities throughout the day! Plus, this year we will also have a list of VIPs and celebrities that teams can privately bid on to gain as a fifth player on their team! We will wrap up the evening with an awards presentation and a wonderful dinner catered by Johnny Carino's.

Golf Fore Kids’ Sake presents a tremendous opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child and help him or her succeed in life! We hope you can join us for this fun outing in support of a great cause! For more information, contact Afton Fairchild, Community Engagement Coordinator, at afairchild@bbbs-bluegrass.org or 859-338-9231.

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • 5600 Harrodsburg Rd.
  • Nicholasville, Kentucky
  • 40356, USA
  • Time:
  • Jul 24, 2017 12:00 pm to
  • Jul 24, 2017 11:59 pm

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass

Campaign to Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bluegrass

Each time Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs a child with a role model, we start something incredible: a one-to-one relationship, built upon trust and friendship, that can blossom into a future of unhalted, unlimited potential. And thanks to the first-ever nationwide impact study of a mentoring organization, we have the facts to prove it. The Study and Results In a study completed by Public/Private Ventures, a national research organization headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, researchers found that after 18 months of spending time with their Bigs, the Little Brothers and Little Sisters, compared to those children not in our program, were representative of the following: 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs 27% less likely to begin using alcohol 52% less likely to skip school 37% less likely to skip a class 33% less likely to hit someone Alongside the statistics, the study also found that the Littles were more confident in their performance at school, and were getting along better with their families. The matches observed in the study shared simple, everyday activities together, such as going out to eat, going to the movies, playing sports or simply hanging out and sharing meaningful conversation. What mattered most to the children, however, was not just the activities: it was the fact that they had a caring adult in their lives who was there for them. "When Little Brothers and Little Sisters feel good about themselves," said Karen J. Mathis, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America President and CEO, "they can positively impact their friends and families, their schools, and their communities. And as this important study has shown, these young people believe in themselves because a Big Brother or Big Sister believed in them.” Because they had someone to confide in and look up to, the children were doing better in school and at home, and were avoiding violence and substance abuse at a time in their lives when the smallest choice could change the course of their entire future.