Friday, November 16th

Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers received strong support at its 21st annual golf outing and has set a fundraising record for the event.

The Interfaith Golf FUNdraiser, held June 15 at Skyline Golf Course, raised more than $8,600, which exceeded last year’s record-setting amount. The golf outing has drawn in nearly $120,000 for Interfaith throughout its tenure.

“It was a spectacular day for golf at the beautiful Skyline Golf Course,” said Lori Chown, Interfaith’s program director. “Each year, we try to make it a really fun day for the teams, but it is honestly the teams that make it so much fun.

“It’s wonderful to see so many people come out to help Interfaith help others in our community.”

Interfaith, a non-denominational faith-based organization, offers volunteer opportunities that assist older adults and people with disabilities improve their quality of life and remain independent through a variety of programs.