United Breast Cancer Foundation of Huntington was a featured organization at the 100th PGA Championship last week at Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, suburb of St. Louis, Missouri.
The PGA Championship is the final leg of professional golf’s Grand Slam and features golf’s top 100 world-ranked players.
The Official 100th PGA Championship Commemorative Souvenir Program features UBCF’s print public service announcement. UBCF’s PSA highlights an image of a mother teaching her child how to play golf, shares educational facts about male and female breast cancer as well as UBCF’s programs. The PSA encourages PGA fans to get involved and support breast cancer patients and their families.
UBCF’s executive director, Stephanie Mastroianni said, “UBCF is honored to be a featured charity at the 100th PGA Championship. It’s so important that we raise awareness of breast cancer for both women and men – we’re here for those in need. UBCF extends congratulations to Brooks Kopeka on his impressive win and congratulations to Tiger Woods on his unforgettable return to the green.”