Every year, hundreds of children from across the state get the experience of a lifetime at The Salvation Army’s 706-acre Hidden Falls Camp in southern Indiana. For many of these kids, a week at summer camp is normally outside of their family’s budget. Thanks to the support of generous donors, The Salvation Army is able to create amazing adventures for children as young as six, where they can try new challenges, make lifelong friends, and explore nature in a safe, Christian environment.
This May, you have a unique opportunity to be a part of the magic that is summer camp. The Golf 4 Kids Outing on May 15th raises money to send kids to camp and to create fun, enriching experiences that they’ll never forget. Whether you are a golfer ready to hit the greens, or part of a company that would like to sponsor the outing, we welcome everyone to reach out to us and learn more about this exciting event.
If you would like to pay via check or become a sponsor, please fill out our brochure and mail it in. Download the brochure here.
In addition to great golf on the beautiful Brickyard Crossing Golf course, golfers enjoy a box lunch, a silent auction, and much more. We encourage you to spread the word about Golf 4Kids with your friends, co-workers, and congregation.
Operation Song, the 2018 Hands on Nashville Strobel Award, “Civic Volunteer Group of the Year.”
Operation Song™ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Nashville, Tennessee. Our mission is to empower veterans, active duty military, and their families to tell their stories through the process of songwriting.
Operation SongTM songwriting programs create an opportunity to transform service related issues, injuries and illnesses into a structured, musical outlet as an enhancement of traditional therapies and/or treatments.
Since 2012, we have written over 600 songs with veterans of WWII to those currently serving. We hold weekly workshops in Middle Tennessee and sponsor events and group retreats throughout the U.S. Those we serve need no musical background, only the desire to tell their story. http://www.operationsong.org/