Make your Birdies for Charity pledge to IHAD

The Des Moines “I Have a Dream” Foundation is excited to once again be one of the recognized nonprofits for the Principal Charity Classic® Birdies for Charity® program!

For those unfamiliar with “Birdies for Charity,” donors like you can pledge pennies (minimum of two cents) per birdie  made by the Champions Tour players. There are typically between 700-900 birdies at the Principal Charity Classic.

So, as an example:  If you  pledged $.02 per birdie and there were 795 birdies in the tournament, you would donate $15.90.

Or, you can make a flat donation of $10 and still enter the “Guess the Birdies” contest.

The best part? Not only does the Des Moines “I Have a Dream” Foundation benefit from 100% of your pledged donations, but we also  receive a match of 25% of donations from the event! This is a fun way to amplify your giving and make an impact on the organization. To make your pledge, just select the Des Moines “I Have a Dream” Foundation from the drop-down menu of charities.

We’re grateful for your support and advocacy for our education initiative. Help spread the word about the opportunity to pledge for education by changing your Facebook timeline image (for a day, a week or however long you like!)

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The Des Moines “I Have a Dream Foundation” empowers children in low-income communities to achieve higher education and fulfill their leadership potential by providing them with guaranteed tuition support and equipping them with the skills, knowledge and habits they need to succeed.

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3 thoughts on “Make your Birdies for Charity pledge to IHAD

  1. Sophia says:

    I changed my profile!

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