Kids’ Voice of Indiana, a prevention organization that deters abuse, neglected, and endangered children from experiencing or re-experiencing abuse and/or neglect announces its first fundraising event at TOPGOLF in Fishers at 9200 E. 116th Street. The event will be held on April 26, 2018, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., and looks to be a great afternoon of fun and fundraising. Registration for the golf outing begins at 12 p.m. with the TopContender Tournament beginning at 1 p.m. The Fajita Fiesta (lunch) begins at 1:30 p.m. and will be available all afternoon. All proceeds from the event go to the Kids’ Voice organization to continue the mission of helping at-risk children.
Player fees are $100 for an individual or $600 for a suite of 6 golfers. Fees include an afternoon at Topgolf tournaments, lunch, and 2 drinks. Sponsorships are available as a way to provide for additional funding of the Kids’ Voice organization and offer promotion opportunities for those funding the sponsorships. All sponsorships include a group of 6 golfers for one suite and company recognition. Title sponsorships also include company banner at the events, recognition at lunch and registration, logo on Kids’ Voice website for one year, and more.
Complete information about the event and sponsorships can be found on the Kids’ Voice website at https://www.kidsvoicein.org/event/join-us-topgolf/. Registrations can be completed online or by downloading the brochure and registration form and mailing it to Kids’ Voice.
Kids’ Voice of Indiana was established in 1985 in Indianapolis, Indiana, in response to a community and judicial need to giving children an opportunity to have a voice in court. The mission is to protect children’s best interests through advocacy and education by providing three main programs to serve the best interests of children: The Derelle Watson-Duvall Children’s Law Center, The Jenny Miller Safe Child Parenting Time Program, and the Bette J. Dick Guardian ad Litem (GAL) for Kids’ Program. Kids’ Voice is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit public charity, relying on donations and supporters to assist in continuing their mission and advancing their resources to help children.