We are proud to announce that the Marty Hennessey Inspiring Children Foundation is the official charity of the 2017 Red Rock Pro Open.  If you would like to support we are looking for donations for our silent auction which is scheduled to be released at the Player Party Tuesday, September 12th at downtown Summerlin.  Contact Trent Alenik at manager@inspiringchildren.net for donations or visit their website at http://www.inspiringchildren.net/.

Mission

Inspire children through mentoring, education, and entrepreneurship, and equipe them with life skills and the ability to earn a college scholarship.


Principles

All of our programs are built around instilling our ten principles in each child so they can live a healthier, happier, and overall better life.

“Attitude is Everything”

At the end of the day attitude is what counts and giving 100% no matter what is a victory regardless of the outcome.

“Healthy Diet”

If you eat right you will feel right, and everything else will come easier.

“Earn Your Success”

Earning your success and your opportunities builds character, creates appreciation, establishes a strong work ethic, increases confidence, and is critical for establishing a strong personal foundation for the future. Handouts are not found here.

“Stay Calm”

In life many different challenges will arise, whether athletic, academic, personal or otherwise, often the best and most effective response is a calm and measured one.

“Positive Social Life”

You are who you hang out with, and many times a child’s social group is the first step in his downfall. Thus, while a social life is important, doing it the right way is essential. We do it the right way.

“Let Go of Anger”

At times anger is inevitable, but letting go of that anger and frustration is paramount to building a healthy and successful attitude.

“Great Grades”

Grades are not life and death, but they are important. We instill that mindset in all of our youth. And so far it has worked.

“Reading and Writing for Intelligence”

Reading and writing equates to more than just grades. Intelligence actually comes directly from reading and writing and it is how you build your interests and your intellect for the future.

“Honesty”

Honesty applies on and off the court with parents, opponents, and coaches. Through day-to-day interaction we show our youth the benefit of honest and direct communication.

“No Quit”

In life something tries to get us to quit in the form of frustration or giving up — our “No Quit” theme teaches children that if they never give up, they will never fail.