St. Joe Foundation Sponsors Sugar Sands Charity Golf Classic Oct. 13
October 4, 2014 by SoWal Staff
The St. Joe Community Foundation (Foundation) will be a premier sponsor for the 6th annual Sugar Sands Charity Golf Classic benefiting Children in Crisis at Kelly Plantation Golf Club on Oct. 13.
The Foundation’s $5,000 grant to Children In Crisis, Inc. is of vital importance, as Children In Crisis assists local children in Walton and Okaloosa County that have been neglected or abused and are seeking shelter and assistance.
“The Foundation was formed to invest in the ongoing improvement of the quality of life for those in our community”, says Janet Greeno, Executive Director for the Foundation.
“Being a sponsor of the golf tournament will help to raise awareness of this wonderful organization and their good work in the community, but most importantly, to help Walton County children that have been abused or neglected get back to being a healthy and happy child.”
6th annual Sugar Sands Charity Golf Classic benefiting Children in Crisis
Oct. 12 Pre-registration party at Tommy Bahamas at Grand Boulevard
Oct. 13 Kelly Plantation Golf Club. Lunch at 11:30 a.m. Shotgun start at 1:00 p.m.
Tournament information and registration.
Kelly Plantation Golf Club, located in Destin, FL is one of the most visually impressive and environmentally sensitive golf courses in northwest Florida. Set along the Choctawhatchee Bay, this semi-private golf club features 18 captivating holes built on the former site of a turpentine plantation owned by Mattie and Coleman Kelly. Kelly Plantation Golf Club boasts over 7,000 yards of large contoured greens, wide manicured fairways, an array of strategically placed hazards and picturesque views of the bay.
Since its inception, the St. Joe Community Foundation (STJCF) has provided more than $18 million in grants to improve the quality of life in the communities it serves. STJCF provides charitable grants primarily in Bay and Walton Counties that embrace the arts, strengthen education, protect the environment and improve healthcare. These efforts help build healthy, caring, long-lived communities. For more information, visit www.stjcf.com.