GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Although the 2019 LPGA Classic had a rainy start, that didn't impact the donations. 

The sixth annual Meijer LPGA Classic finished with a win by Canadian Brooke Henderson and a donation commitment of $1.1 million to the Simply Give program, which stocks the shelves of food pantries across the Midwest. 

Henderson, 21, previously won the tournament in 2017. 

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“The Meijer LPGA Classic has made an incredible impact on our hungry neighbors. Thanks to the ongoing support from our community, we exceeded our $1 million goal for this year’s tournament,” Meijer President and CEO Rick Keyes said. “It was a meaningful end to a fun-filled week that kept us on our toes thanks to Mother Nature.”

The six LPGA tournaments have raised $5.2 million for food pantries across the Midwest. And since Meijer started the Simply Give program, it has generated nearly $49 million for its food pantry partners. 

The contributions to the LPGA Classic are from Meijer customers who attend the tournament and event sponsors. 

This year's $1.1 million donation will be divided among Meijer's 246 food pantry partners.

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