On September 29, The Trinity Foundation held its 13th annual charity golf tournament that serves as one of its biggest fundraisers each year. Money raised from this event goes back to community organizations and events that focus on local necessities, youth leadership development, and health and wellness in Sussex and Kent County, Delaware, and Dorchester and Caroline County, Maryland. This year’s event raised over $12,000 to support the Trinity Foundation’s areas of focus. This year 24 teams participated in the 4-person scramble held at Heritage Shores’ Golf Course in Bridgeville, Del. This successful event was made possible by more than 30 sponsors, including Breakfast Sponsorships from Regional Builders, Nanticoke Health Services, and Banyan Technology; Gold Sponsorships from Internet Truckstop and Quantum Edge; and the eager golfers that participated.
“Thank you to all of our Team members, sponsors, and players who helped us to make our 2018 Golf Tournament a success,” said Amanda Lloyd, Trinity Foundation Director. “This event is our largest fundraiser that supports us to be able to maintain a strong presence in our community. It is at the core of our culture and a passion for our team to serve this community.” This event serves as the Trinity Foundation’s biggest fundraiser that helps to make other efforts possible throughout the year. These efforts include servant leader scholarship awards to graduating high school seniors, Thanksgiving for All that provides meals to local families, a community Touch-A-Truck event, donations to Ronald McDonald House, and distributing toys alongside the Marine Corps for Toys for Tots. The Trinity Foundation members would like to say a big thank you to all the sponsors and participants of this year’s golf tournament. We look forward to seeing you for next year’s event on September 28, 2019, at Heritage Shores Golf Course. If you are interested in being a sponsor for next year’s golf tournament, please email TrinityFoundation@trinitylogistics.com.
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