Trinity Foundation’s 12th Annual Golf Tournament a “Hole-in-One”

The Trinity Foundation’s 12th annual Charity Golf Tournament was a hole-in-one, raising money to give back to community organizations and events that support health and wellness, provide necessities, and build youth leadership in Sussex County.

This year, 28 teams participated in the tournament, held September 29 at Heritage Shores’ golf course in Bridgeville, Del. In the 12 years of the Trinity Foundation’s golf tournament, approximately 1,000 golfers have joined in to swing “fore” a cause.

The event was made possible by more than 35 local sponsors, including a Breakfast Sponsorship from Art Collins, Inc.; Lunch Sponsorships from Delaware Electric Cooperative and Nanticoke Memorial Hospital; Gold Sponsorships from PKS & Company, P.A., Salisbury Door & Hardware, Quantum Edge, and Banyan Technology.

Golfers

“It is wonderful to have so many people involved in this event. We are so thankful to our sponsors and golfers that supported the event this year and in years past,” said Amy Proctor, Trinity Foundation Executive Director. “Their contributions help us to support the people in our community, allowing us to give back approximately $75,000 since 2015 to organizations here in Sussex County.”

Golf Volunteers

The Golf Tournament is the biggest fundraiser for the Trinity Foundation, helping to make other efforts possible throughout the year, such as Thanksgiving for All, Touch-A-Truck, Operation Trinity Cares, to donate a room and a meal to the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware, and to help distribute toys alongside the Marine Corps for Toys for Tots.

The Trinity Foundation would like to thank all of the sponsors and participants of this year’s golf tournament and look forward to seeing you for next year’s Charity Golf Tournament on September 29, 2018, at Heritage Shores Golf Course in Bridgeville, Del.

Jeff Golfing