Annual Platinum and Gold Sponsors

ServiceMaster

25th  ANNUAL RICHMOND IFMA GOLF TOURNAMENT
Monday, November 5, 2018

Hermitage Country Club
1248 Hermitage Road
Manakin-Sabot, VA  23103 

10:30 AM:  Registration/Check in
12:00 NOON:  Shot Gun Start

Sponsored exclusively by:

ServiceMaster                    

 

TOURNAMENT PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT:
HANOVER HABITAT FOR HUMANITY and FEEDMORE

Lunch sandwiches that were prepared for the postponed Golf Tournament were donated to United Methodist Family Services. The program works with physically abused children journeying through rehabilitation to foster care.

WINNERS (2018 Tournament):

ALL TOURNAMENT PROCEEDS  BENEFIT HANOVER HABITAT FOR HUMANITY.

Hanover Habitat for Humanity  seeks to eradicate substandard housing from Hanover County by logo-hhfhHabitat for Humanityencouraging all stakeholders (business, industry, government, social services, congregations, civic clubs, schools and individual citizens) to make housing a matter of action and conscience.

Hanover Habitat for Humanity is an interfaith, non-profit Christian Organization committed to eliminating substandard housing through the rehabilitation and building of simple, decent homes for those in need in Hanover County. Hanover Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with qualified families and community volunteers to build and sell houses with no-profit, interest free mortgages.

FeedmoreFeedMore is Central Virginia’s core hunger-relief organization dedicated to providing neighbors in need with healthy meals and hope for a better tomorrow. With a service area that stretches across 34 cities and counties, FeedMore helps the nearly 200,000 children, families and seniors in Central Virginia who struggle with hunger.

Working to efficiently and effectively fight hunger, FeedMore’s multi-tiered approach, comprehensive programs and network of more than 300 partner agencies are dedicated to providing neighbors who face hunger with one of the most basic necessities: nourishment.

FeedMore serves…

    • Local children who need a nutritional foundation to learn and grow.
    • Central Virginia families struggling to make ends meet and provide for themselves.
    • Senior and homebound neighbors who need nutritious meals and services for health and independence.