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2021 Kansas City Ice Bowl Charity Auction

Kansas City Disc Golf
January 2021
09:45 AM CST
January 2021
05:04 PM CST
GOAL $1,000.00
167.0% REACHED!

2021 Kansas City Ice Bowl Charity Auction

An Ice Bowl® is a disc golf event held in winter with a mission to increase local awareness of disc golf by raising funds for local and regional charities, with an emphasis on fighting food insecurity. Here in Kansas City, the Ice Bowl is supporting two charities. The Bishop Sullivan Center has been our charitable partner for over 20 years with a mission to support the community and improve the lives of all who live here with food, jobs, and aid. The Mission Project came on board with Ice Bowl last year. It enables capable adults with developmental disabilities to live independently and safely in the community with individualized support. At a time when charitable contributions are more important than ever, Kansas City Disc Golf has set a $10,000 goal to give to our charitable partners.

During past Ice Bowls in Kansas City, funds were raised for our partners with a Closest To Pin raffle during Ice Bowl's main event held at the end of January. However, due to the ongoing global pandemic, the restrictions on large gatherings has forced Kansas City Disc Golf to look for new avenues to raise funds. This year, we have decided to go with a silent auction. A number of sponsors have graciously stepped up to donate some really great items. 100% of the funds raised during this auction will go to our charity partners.

About Kansas City Disc Golf

Kansas City Disc Golf's (KCDG) mission is to educate and engage the greater Kansas City metropolitan area in the sport of disc golf.

KCDG strives to educate the public about the sport of disc golf, work with municipalities to install and maintain disc golf courses, promote public service on disc golf courses, facilitate disc golf events that are both competitive and non competitive, and support other tax exempt other organizations.

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