Song-Hee Kim, Jee Young Lee, Kristy McPherson and Angela Stanford saw firsthand on Tuesday where charity money raised by the LPGA State Farm Classic goes to help the Springfield, Ill. community. The players visited Contact Ministries, a shelter for homeless and needy families in downtown Springfield, a beneficiary of LPGA State Farm Classic donations since 2008. In recent years, money given to Contact Ministries has gone toward renovations to provide more room to serve families seeking emergency help. Beginning next week, a new kitchen will be installed to assist in serving free meals to people in need. Bill Kienzle, Executive Director of Contact Ministries, gave the players a tour of the facility, from the family rooms, to the kitchen, to the basement thrift store. Kienzle will serve as a standard bearer from Friday to Sunday at the 2010 LPGA State Farm Classic at Panther Creek Country Club.