Entertaining for the Greater Good

SKF hosts 3 major events each year as its primary means of raising money and awareness for families battling childhood cancer. Whether it’s dusting of those sticks for our golf tournament, getting a group together for a fun-filled evening of poker, or getting a little gussied up for our Hearts of Gold gala, there are plenty of way to show your support for SKF. 

Please consider joining us at any and all! Want to stay up-to-date on events and other important SKF stories, be sure to sign up to receive our e-newsletter!

SKF Annual Poker Night

Saturday, February 3, 2024

Children’s Mercy Park ~ 1 Sporting Way, Kansas City, KS

The Details

Saturday, February 3, 2024

Check-in Starts @ 4:00 PM

Poker starts @ 6:00 PM Sharp!

Buffet dinner provided 5-6 PM

Open bar of beer and wine from 4-9 PM

*after 9 PM participant is responsible for beverage purchase

2024 SKF NORThLAND Golf Tournament

Monday, april 29, 2024

Staley Farms Golf Club
10310 N. Olive Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64155

The Details

Monday, July 15, 2024

Golf: 
11:00 Registration – Gift and Lunch Pick up
12:00 Shotgun Start of 4 person Scrambl

Lunch, Dinner and Post-Golf Entertainment provided

Sponsorships Available

For more information, contact Mike Lockert at mike.lockert@supportingkids.org

2024 SKF Golf Tournament

Monday, July 15, 2024

Blue Hills Country Club
777 W Burning Tree Drive • KCMO

The Details

Monday, July 17, 2023

11:30 Check-in & Lunch / 1:00 Shotgun Start

4-Player Scramble

Players receive:
Lunch 
 Green Fees • Cart • Range Balls

Reception following event includes:
Flight Prizes 
• Hole Prizes • Appetizer Buffet

2024 HEARTS OF GOLD
FUNDRAISING EVENT

Thursday, September 26 2024

The Details

Coming Soom!

Supporting Kids Foundation (SKF) is 100% volunteer-driven. SKF is a 501(c) 3 organization that takes pride in keeping 100% of the net proceeds they raise right here in Kansas City. To date, we have raised more than $2.6 million that has gone to over 661 families in the Kansas City community, who have children battling pediatric cancer.