The Skyline Charitable Foundation Extends Heartfelt Gratitude for Successful 15th Annual Golf Classic
The Skyline Charitable Foundation is pleased to express its sincere appreciation to all those who contributed to the resounding success of the 15th Annual Golf Classic. The event, held on June 26, 2023, at the prestigious Old Westbury Golf and Country Club, garnered overwhelming support from individuals and organizations committed to making a positive impact in the community.
The event's triumph is a testament to the unwavering commitment of supporters, whose generosity not only ensured the event's success but also profoundly influenced the lives of those in need within the community.
The profits of the $342,970.00 in funds raised through the generous donations will be directed toward a range of ongoing initiatives. These initiatives include providing educational scholarships for underprivileged students, supporting local food banks and shelters, and offering crucial resources to individuals with disabilities. The foundation's mission of effecting lasting change in the lives of those facing various challenges and adversities is further bolstered by these contributions.
The impact of the Golf Classic reaches far beyond monetary figures. Each contribution directly empowers individuals and families to overcome obstacles and forge a brighter future for themselves. The event exemplifies the spirit of compassion and kindness that lies at the core of The Skyline Charitable Foundation.
The foundation's heartfelt gratitude extends to every supporter whose dedication and belief in the mission of The Skyline Charitable Foundation have made the event a success. Their contributions are instrumental in bringing hope, happiness, and positive change to those in need.
As the echoes of the 15th Annual Golf Classic continue to resonate, The Skyline Charitable Foundation looks forward to a future illuminated by unity, compassion, and transformative change.
The winning foursome: (L-R) Matt Welsh, Mike Goldfarb, Steve Materetsky, Rick Chou (not shown).