Nicole Parker, an 8-year-old Tarzana, California girl, disappeared on November 20, 1993, while playing with a softball and glove outside her father's Woodland Hills apartment. Her body was discovered stuffed in a suitcase in the bedroom closet of a neighbor's apartment across the courtyard. Nicole's killer, age 23, was found guilty of sexually molesting and murdering Nicole and was sentenced to death by a Van Nuys Jury. He now awaits his sentence at San Quentin Prison.
The Nicole Parker Foundation for Children was established in Nicole's memory and is dedicated to helping children. Proceeds raised are used to benefit several organizations including the Audrey Hepburn CARES Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles. The Audrey Hepburn CARES Center was established in response to a growing need to provide comprehensive, high-quality child abuse evaluations and mental health treatment in a safe and caring "child friendly" environment. The Team provides the consultation necessary to help ensure these children receive the full protection of the justice system, and offers the mental health services necessary for the fullest recovery of the children and their families.
The Nicole Parker Foundation is an all-volunteer organization established in 1994. This Foundation's primary fund raiser is our yearly Golf Tournament and Fundraiser.
To view the photos from this year's tournament, Click Here
And please consider making a direct donation to the Foundation using our secure credit card form.
Thank you for your support. Please know that you are helping to make a difference in children's lives!
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