And we have a golf drop winner!
Actually, there were three golf drop winners on Monday, September 19 and Tim Kolacz from Placentia was one of them. He shared $10,000 with Scott Sax and Brad Craft at the annual charity golf tournament for Children’s Foundation of America and Trinity Youth Services. Each winner also committed to donate half their winnings back to the charity. The event at the Red Hill Country Club in Upland raised over $100,000. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
Last year, the Claremont-based nonprofit served over 3,000 children in need at over 20 different organizations. The mission of CFA is to provide an opportunity for every person to help children heal, learn and thrive. Children who benefit from CFA’s programs are victims of abuse, neglect or abandonment and reside in foster care, shelters, crisis centers, mental health programs, underserved school districts, group homes and more.