Storm clouds hovered all day, but they ultimately stayed away from the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation charity golf tournament. Over 150 players, sponsors, and volunteers gathered at the Hubbard Golf Course on Hill Air Force Base to play golf, network, and more importantly, support the Foundation.
The tournament is one of three fundraising events that the Foundation hosts each year. With strong support from Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Independent Sales Associates and generous sponsors, thousands of dollars were raised that will go directly to local charities.
In 2014, the Foundation donated over $40,000 to programs and organizations like The Road Home, The Utah Food Bank, Primary Children’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity and The Ronald McDonald House. Since 2004, the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation has donated over $1 million to make the community stronger.
The mission of the Foundation is to support programs that improve the quality of life in the community and throughout Utah. This September, Coldwell Banker will introduce a new event, The Parkway Pedal Ride for Autism. Utah has one of the highest rates of autism in the nation, as one in every 46 children is diagnosed somewhere on the spectrum, and the Coldwell Banker Community Foundation would like to be part of the solution. Learn more about the event – and sign up to participate – at parkwaypedal.com.
The Coldwell Banker Community Foundation is committed to giving back to the people of the state of Utah and supporting those who are looking to make a positive impact in society. For more information, click here.
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