Birdies for Babies Charitable Program

The Pelican Women's Championship is donating thousands of dollars to help support families in need as part of its 'Birdies for Babies' charitable program. To give back to the community, the Pelican Women's Championship has pledged to donate $50 for every birdie scored during all four rounds of the tournament to the BayCare Foundation and BayCare's Morton Plant Hospital Women's Services, located in the hospital's Doyle Tower, to help provide home monitoring blood pressure kits for new mothers who are at highest risk of developing complications.

Help us reach our goal of $50,000 to fund home-monitoring blood pressure kits for women at highest risk of developing preeclampsia and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. This project will address some of the disparities in health outcomes that underserved and minority pregnant women experience with decreased access to prenatal care and higher rates of pregnancy mortality and morbidity related to gestational hypertension.

Link to Donate: 

https://give.mpmfoundation.org/birdies-for-babies

In 2020, the Pelican Women's Championship donated $46,600 to support families in need as a part of its Birdies for Babies charitable program. The 108 player-field carded 932 total birdies, led by third-place finisher Stephanie Meadow with 12 birdies. Sei Young Kim, winner of the 2020 Pelican Women's Championship, carded 20 total birdies.

BayCare is a founding partner of the Pelican Women's Championship and the tournament's official and exclusive health care system.