ST. CHARLES – The St. Charles village should advantage significantly from a second annual Golf.Give.Gala, that will take place on May 20 and 21.
Michael Phelps, a world’s many flashy Olympian with 23 bullion medals, and Jason Day, a former World No. 1 golfer who won a Masters in 2011, are fasten army to lift supports for their particular foundations that will directly advantage a St. Charles area.
The eventuality includes a star-studded gala, wordless and live auction during a Hotel Baker along with a unison from a surprise, award-winning performer during a Arcada Theatre on May 20, and a luminary golf tour on May 21 during a St. Charles Country Club.
The immeasurable luminary list includes actors Dennis Haysbert, Richard Karn, Jenny McCarthy and Dennis Quaid, among many others, former Blackhawks’ Bryan Bickell and Patrick Sharp, former Cubs’ hurler Kerry Wood who recently distinguished his 20-strikeout diversion on May 6, a Bears’ Zach Miller and Loyola men’s basketball manager Porter Moser who led a Ramblers to a Final Four progressing this year and many more.
ALE Solutions, a tie in St. Charles now for a past 17 years, is once again presenting a event.
“We are anxious to once again horde Michael and Jason for a second annual Golf.Give.Gala,” pronounced Rowena Zimmers, owner and boss of ALE Solutions. “Last year was a good success as a St. Charles village was intensely inexhaustible with their support. Raising supports to advantage these dual estimable foundations touches my heart.”
All of a net deduction from this eventuality will be donated to a Michael Phelps Foundation and Jason and Ellie Day’s Brighter Days Foundation.
Partnering with a Boys Girls Clubs of Elgin and St. Charles Special Recreation, a Michael Phelps Foundation will exercise a “im” program, a world-class curriculum for swimming, healthy vital and idea setting. It has also committed to providing support for a St. Charles Aquatic Center.
“We are vehement to give behind to St. Charles and a surrounding area,” Phelps said. “We are operative with internal organizations that share a goal to assistance grow a competition swimming and inspire healthy lifestyles, generally for children.”
The Brighter Days Foundation will be providing support to a Lazarus House.
“It’s an respect to attend in Golf.Give.Gala., and use a deduction to impact life-changing charities in a St. Charles area,” Jason Day settled in a news release. “This year, Brighter Days Foundation has partnered with Lazarus House, an classification whose work of providing protected shelter, food and a operation of support services for men, women and children in need of assistance severely aligns with a goal and personal values.”
To learn some-more about how to assistance possibly cause, and privately a aforementioned internal causes, revisit www.golfgivegala.com.