On April 10-11 2011 professional athletes as well as TV and movie stars joined friends and family to support one of their own through the amazing work of charity Eric’s Vision.
Former 49er's ‘Drive to Survive’ benefit brings smiles and swings for Eric’s Vision
Hicks and former Pennsauken stars John Taylor and Billy Griggs were back at their old high school to present gold footballs to their alma mater as part of the NFL's Super Bowl 50 celebration...
NFL legend Dwight Hicks returns to Pennsauken
...presented by American Airlines and was held at the Sky Creek Ranch Golf Course in Keller, TX. NBA, NFL and LPGA Pros, both past and present, united to help raise money for medical personnel in the village of Lamardelle, Haiti.
Vision for Haiti 3rd Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament
June 2015, 2017, 2018
Nearly 160 golfers signed up to play in the 22nd annual Keena Turner Golf Tournament at Ruby Hill Country Club in Pleasanton...
Tracy Boys and Girls Clubs’ biggest benefit of the year is as popular as ever.
Dwight Hicks told the students they should set big goals for themselves and visualize success in order to achieve their dreams. “Visualization of your dreams can make them reality. It’s up to you on what you will become. Strive to be the best and challenge yourself. I am you. If I can do it, you can do it.”
PSM alum and Super Bowl champ speaks to Student Athletes
May 2015, 2017, 2018
...benefiting Tracey’s Place of Hope, a residential program for adolescent girls in crisis with mental health and substance abuse problems.
Fred Biletnikoff Hall of Fame Invitational
This exciting and popular event brings together celebrities and the public for a weekend of fun and golf while supporting the fight against kidney disease.
Willie Stargell Invitational Celebrity Golf Tournament
Honoring the legacy of Willie Stargell by giving hope through research, patient care, and treatment for those living with kidney disease.
The Willie Stargell Foundation benefits Kidney Disease research
Margaret Weller-Stargell, widow of former Pittsburgh Pirate, Willie Stargell, came up with the idea 15 years ago to establish the Willie Stargell Foundation and host an annual golf event to raise money to help people living with a disease that claimed her husband's life.