26th Annual “Caring & Sharing” Golf Tournament
Our 26th Annual “Caring & Sharing” Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, August 19th, 2017 at the Granite Run Golf Course in Granite Falls, Minnesota. The event included 18 holes of golf, a shared cart, 3 meals, trophies, door prizes, a silent auction, and more!
We want to thank our golfers, sponsors, as well as our business partners. Their generosity is what helps make this golf tournament happen! 100% of the tournament proceeds benefited our “Caring & Sharing” fund. This is used solely to benefit individuals and families seeking to reclaim their lives from chemical dependency.
Golfing for a Good Cause
Addiction is a devastating disease physically, emotionally, and often, financially. Project Turnabout takes our role seriously in keeping our costs down. We try to make care readily available to as many people as possible. Our organization relies on donations and fundraising efforts to provide scholarships to those in need. Your support restores lives and hope to those affected by this disease. Last year, hundreds of patients and families were able to receive chemical dependency treatment, thanks to the generosity of individuals like you.
Since inception, the golf tournament has generated nearly $354,000 for the “Caring & Sharing” scholarship fund. The fund has afforded thousands with the opportunity to receive treatment and experience more rewarding lives. 100% of proceeds from this event go directly toward scholarship assistance for those seeking chemical dependency treatment. The goal this year is to help even more individuals and families receive the hope of recovery!
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