“I Golf Because I CARE” will debut next month

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A golf tournament for a good cause will be held in Huntsville next month.
The 20th annual “I Golf Because I CARE” tournament scheduled for October 14 will take place at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in Hampton Cove.

The fundraiser benefits the CARE Center of Madison County. The CARE Center is a non-profit organization with “a mission to share the love and hope of Jesus Christ while empowering our southeast Madison County neighbors through education, employment and crisis services”.

The organization provides assistance to residents of Brownsboro, Gurley, New Hope and Owens Cross Roads. CARE officials say there are still insurmountable challenges and barriers in this area that wreak daily havoc in the lives of hundreds of children and families.

Donations to the CARE center help provide the basics of food, clothing, toiletries and household items. They also allow undereducated adults the opportunity to receive a GED.

The CARE Center uses donations to provide technical training, career coaching, financial counseling and mental health counseling, as well as to bridge the learning and opportunity gap for K-12 students through intervention, mentorship, and high-quality after-school and summer programs.

Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., the putting competition begins at 11:00 a.m. and a “shotgun start” at noon. Visit the CARE Center website to learn more about the “I Golf Because I CARE” tournament.


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