Snow Angels

Volunteer at the McKeown Golf Classic

Fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Disease


Please join KOPSC as we volunteer to work at the 30th Annual McKeown Golf Classic Fundraiser on Tuesday, October 5th! WE ARE ASKING EVERYONE TO SIGN UP ONLINE BY FRIDAY, JULY 30TH, IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING. It is super quick to do. It is a very worthy cause and a fun way to help out!


The Golf Classic has expanded to three courses (all in Lafayette Hill), and we are building our expanded volunteer team for this year. It’s a fun experience, and KOPSC will be a perfect fit to volunteer for this event. If you could help for a half day or even the full day, please sign-up.


Opportunities are now open, so see what works for you! Please click on the following web link:


2021 Golf Classic Volunteers signup sheet

Volunteer signup sheet

The McKeown House welcomes people living with serious memory problems to check in to a warm, homelike environment for short stays. With just 10 bedrooms, the House feels like a cozy inn – not an institution – so our loved ones who need memory care can enjoy a beautiful space with professional staff, while their caregivers take time to travel or just recharge.


For more information on this volunteer activity, contact Paula Fox or Sue Knorr (

Join Our "One Degree of Separation" Team

National Brain Tumor Society Fundraiser

KOPSC Member Leigh Davis has taken over as the Captain for the “One Degree of Separation” team for the National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) virtual event on October 17th. Our Founding Captain Sue Hayes has dedicated numerous hours over the last several years promoting team spirit. We all know how important donations are for all charities, and KOPSC has supported this very special team since its

inception, as we have lost some of our KOPSC members and family to this insidious disease.

Please join the KOPSC Snow Angels, as we are dedicating the month of September to help raise funds to donate to the NBTS team One Degree of Separation. “NBTS Fall Challenge – Miles for Milestones” is the event this year! The walk/run event in Philadelphia will actually be virtual again on October 17th due tothe pandemic, so it is crucial we build a team and work on collecting donations for the cause. Your support is very much appreciated.

Link to donate to our One Degree of Separation team:

If you have any questions, please contact Leigh Davis Leigh Davis ( or Sue Knorr (


Snow Angels Needs You!

Snow Angels, for those of you who are new to KOPSC, is the committee of the club that does humanitarian volunteer work to help charities that are near and dear to the membership of KOPSC. We take suggestions and make it work within the guidelines of our club policies to help others. Do you have a charity that you would like to help? Is there an organization that you know could use our help with a little volunteer work, or collection of certain items?


Contact me and we can brainstorm to see how you can have your fellow ski buds help your idea come to life! This club is known to come through with all kinds of help when we put our heads together to help those less fortunate.


We have a wonderful village of very kindhearted folks who always are willing to help those less fortunate! Let me know your ideas! Contact me at

Sue Knorr

Snow Angels Chair


Donate Today

The Gift of Life Family House offers a “home away from home” for the families of transplant patients receiving medical treatment at one of the eight Philadelphia area transplant centers.


Please consider making a
tax-deductible donation to Gift
of Life Family House today! Together, we can make a difference in the lives of thousands of transplant families.


For more information on how you can help contact Jackie McAllister or Sue Knorr.


Collection to benefit Philabundance

The Snow Angels, Sue and Jackie, are ready for another year of community service.  Spend a few extra dollars when you are grocery shopping and make the day brighter for someone who is struggling.  We will be collecting non-perishable food items to donate to Philabundance at the September meeting.  Below is a list of items that are in demand in to help people in Philadelphia and the surrounding communities.


  • Canned/shelf -stable tuna                          

  • Jelly

  • Macaroni and cheese                                    

  • Canned green beans

  • Canned pasta                                                   

  • Canned corn

  • Canned beef stew                                          

  • Canned fruit

  • Canned chili                                                       

  • Breakfast cereal and hot cereal

  • Creamy peanut butter


Thanks for your generous support in helping those who are less fortunate.

If anyone has suggestions for Snow Angels projects, please contact Jackie McAllister or Sue Knorr.


Toys and Joy

Share the joy and donate today. Every child deserves happiness and joy in his or her life. Your donations goes to our mission of providing toys, books, and other gifts to less fortunate children.


For more information on how you can help contact Jackie McAllister or Sue Knorr.