Generation Justice receives $200,000 charitable gift from the Amy and Phil Mickelson Foundation
(Phoenix, AZ)—Phil Mickelson, after winning “The Match,” the winner-take-all Las Vegas golf match against Tiger Woods, celebrated in the true spirit of the holiday season. The Phil and Amy Mickelson Foundation donated $200,000 to Generation Justice to help abandoned and abused children.
Steve Loy, Mickelson’s agent, said, “The Mickelson Foundation is a champion of causes that improve
the quality of life for children. Phil and Amy were honored to dedicate a portion of The Match proceeds to Generation Justice to help serve the infants and children affected by the nation’s opioid crisis.”
“We are grateful and honored to receive this charitable gift to serve children,” said Darcy Olsen,
founder and CEO of Generation Justice. “This grant reflects a shared commitment by both
organizations to help innocent children and to strengthen our local communities.”
About Gen Justice
Generation Justice provides free legal support for abandoned and abused children. Its 5,000+ members use their voices to support reforms that help children grow up free from violence. Learn more at GenJustice.org and facebook.com/GenJustice.