ARISS — Portage Ontario and Richard Van Dyke with the Cooperators offered the third annual “Freedom from Habit Golf Basic: A Day of Golf with a Goal” on June 12 at Ariss Valley Golf and Nation Membership.
The membership raised over $40,000 to convey consciousness and assist to people battling dependancy, and to advertise a future free from the grips of substance abuse.
Golfers of all ability ranges participated in a day full of pleasant competitors, camaraderie, and a shared dedication to creating a constructive affect within the lives of these affected by dependancy, officers say.
“We’re excited to host the Annual Freedom from Habit Golf Basic,” stated Ashley-Ann Maginnis, affiliate director of improvement at Portage.
The match provided numerous contests, together with the “closest to the pin” sponsored by ServPro, the “longest drive,” and “hole-in-one” sponsored by Grand Landscapes, the place individuals had an opportunity to win a prize value $25,000.
All funds raised via the match will instantly assist the applications and initiatives of Portage, permitting it to supply sources, counseling, therapy, and assist providers to people on their journey to restoration.
“This occasion continues to develop annually and helps us to boost much-needed funds but in addition raises consciousness in regards to the significance of supporting these affected by dependancy,” Maginnis added.
“Collectively, we will make a major affect and supply hope for a brighter future for people and households in our group.”