Max Cares – Pro Kids: The First Tee of San Diego

Max Cares - Pro Kids

San Diego is an incredible place to live…we all know that. That’s because we all work together to take care of this community and each other. As part of that commitment, each month 105-7 MAX-FM will be featuring a local charity that contributes to making this America’s Finest City.

We call it MAX CARES – Taking Care of San Diego Together. And we’d like your help!

This month’s featured organization is Pro Kids | The First Tee of San Diego

It’s more than a sports program for kids and teens. At The First Tee, kids and teens are learning to play golf along with life lessons and leadership skills. And it’s making a difference. The First Tee programs are having a positive impact on participants, their families and their communities. Click below to make a donation and help support our youth!


VIDEO: JJ visits with the youngsters of Pro Kids – The First Tee of San Diego to learn more about why they love the program, and how its helped them on and off the course.


VIDEO: JJ visits with Lavelle League and Said Shaba from Pro Kids – The First Tee of San Diego to learn more about the program, how Pro Kids helps underserved youth, and how you can help.

 

NOMINATE A NON-PROFIT

Do you know of a non-profit that would greatly benefit from being a MAX Cares Recipient for one month? Please send nominations to Jenny Rose Gonzalez at jennyrose@bcardio.com.

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Max Cares - Pro Kids

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