SUSAN E SHEPHERD CHARITY TOURNAMET

ALGONQUIN COUNTRY CLUB

SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

2020 RECIPIENT - Kids in the Middle

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SUSAN E SHEPHERD CHARITY EVENT

SEPTEMBER 18, 2020

 

Susan E. Shepherd’s “I can do” spirit was the basis for her successes throughout her life. During her golf career she was a member of STLWDGA, a club champion, and had a single digit handicap. Her successful business career began at the age of 50 when she was widowed. She was chosen as Missouri’s top woman broker in 1980, and became Vice President of sales at Stifel, Nicolaus and Co. Inc. The company called her their “First Lady,” saying she set a high standard for all women to follow.

 

As part of her legacy, she authorized the creation of the Shepherd Foundation. The Shepherd Foundation and the Missouri Women’s Golf Education Association, Inc. created the Susan E. Shepherd Memorial Scholarship which is awarded each year to a female junior athlete entering college.

 

Mr. Charles M.M. Shepherd, son and President of the Foundation, and STLWDGA formed the idea of our SES event, honoring a different charity annually. Our first SES event was in 2003 at Old Warson Country Club.

 

Each year suggestions are solicited from our membership for charities supporting women and children and are then voted on by the Executive Board. Donations to the chosen charity are very welcome but strictly voluntary from our members. Kids in the  Middlewill be the recipient of her generosity this year as we play at Algonquin Golf Club on Friday September 18. We look forward to seeing many of you as we honor Mrs. Shepherd’s memory.

2020 Recipient Charity – Kids In The Middle

Is a non-profit organziation that helps children, parents and families thrive during and after divorce through counseling, edcuation and support. 

 

 

2019 Recipient - Join Hands esl

The mission of Join Hands ESL is to empower the people of East St. Louis to walk in solidarity with those we serve, showing love and compassion to those in need, affirming and reflecting the beauty and potential of each individual. We build personal relationships with children and families through our youth programming, mentoring programs and the Ubuntu Center for Peace. We prioritize and support through our program the pursuit of education as a pathway out of poverty.

2018 Recipient  – THE WOMEN’S SAFE HOUSE

The Women’s Safe House provides safe shelter and transitional living services to battered women and their dependent children.  They work to empower women to make informed choices about their future. 

 

2017 Recipient - Gateway to Hope

Gateway to Hope is a breast cancer lifeline.  Gateway to Hope's mission is to secure comprehensive care and provide financial assistance for individuals in need and diagnosed with or at high risk for developing breast cancer.

2016  - Room  at the Inn

Room at the Inn provides temporary shelter to homeless women and families

in St. Louis County. Individualized plans are created to increase self sufficiency, including referrals to other human services agencies. The families are monitored to improve their chances for success.

 

2015 - The little bit FOUNDATION

Committed to helping disadvantaged school children by creating a positive impact for personal growth, increasing self-esteem, encouraging a more focused and active learning environment, building strong relationships and partnering closely with St. Louis schools.

 

2014 – Rankin Jordan

Ranken Jordan is a pediatric specialty hospital providing a continuum of care for medically complicated children and their familites.

 

2013 – Nurses For Newborns

Provides a safety net for families most-at-risk by helping prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through home-based programs.

 

2012 - ALIVE

Provides counseling, emergency sanctuary, and other critical services to adults and children who have been impacted by domestic abuse.

 

2010 - Our Little Haven

Caring for Children. Mind. Body. Soul.

 

2009 -Marian Middle School

Breaking the cycle of poverty by fostering their spiritual, academic, social, moral, emotional, and physical development.

 

2008 - Girls, Inc.

Inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

 

2007 - Epworth House

Provides services for children suffering from a history of neglect and or abuse.

 

2006 - Angel’s Arms

Provides homes for foster children until a forever home can be found.

 

2005 - United Services

Supports and educates children with special needs.

 

2004 - St. Patrick’s Center

Helping the impoverished of St. Louis.

 

2003 - Family Resource Center

Child abuse treatment and prevention.

 

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