#SwingForImpact STL: Goldy, Carpenter, Flaherty & More Are In!
We’re less than a week away from our Swing For Impact event in St. Louis — benefiting the Cardinals’ #AllWin campaign — and Big League Impact founder Adam Wainwright is enlisting the help of his teammates to make it a success.
6x All-Star Paul Goldschmidt will be at Topgolf in Chesterfield on Sunday, as will Jack Flaherty, who took a no-hitter into the 7th inning of the Cardinals’ first-half finale against the Giants. Michael Wacha, Miles Mikolas, Matt Carpenter, Dakota Hudson and Carlos Martinez have also confirmed their participation, with more players to be announced later.
Swing For Impact: St. Louis will benefit Operation Food Search and Crisis Aid, as well as launch a STEM farming program at Normandy High School in St. Louis. The event starts at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, July 14 at Topgolf — 16851 N Outer 40 Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63005.
Bays are going quickly — sign up today!
Through this VIP event, fans can mingle with players and become more involved with local charities. Attendees will also have the chance to “Beat The Pro,” and see if they can be a more accurate Topgolf-er than a St. Louis Cardinal.
You don’t need to have any golf experience to have a fun time at Swing For Impact — just a willingness to help St. Louis families while making lifelong memories with your favorite players.
For a $5,000 donation to the Cardinals’ #AllWin pledge, your party can have your own Topgolf bay (10 people) AND choose which player to have in your group, from this list: Jack Flaherty, Matt Carpenter, Carlos Martinez, Michael Wacha, Dakota Hudson or Miles Mikolas.
We’ve had successful Swing For Impact events in Tampa, Detroit and Scottsdale, and we’re excited to bring this to St. Louis, where Big League Impact got its start. Our last Swing For Impact fundraiser, featuring Nick Ahmed and Luke Weaver of the D-backs in Scottsdale, generated more than $477,000 for Food For The Hungry, Striking Out Poverty and Phoenix Rescue Mission.
Can’t wait to see you at Swing For Impact!
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