United Way Charity Classic Raises $73K For CSRA Programs

The inaugural United Way Charity Classic presented by Club Car raised more than $73,000 for health and human service programs supported by United Way of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA).

The event, which attracted 128 players including a number of Club Car suppliers, was held at the Champions Retreat Golf Club in Evans.

Funds from the tournament will go toward United Way's 2012 fundraising campaign, which supports 42 health and human service programs in Augusta and the surrounding area.

"United Way would not be able to meet the growing needs of our community without the generous support of partners like Club Car," said Rina Powell, United Way's senior director of resource development. "The impact of an event like this on our community is tremendous."

Club Car is a longtime supporter of United Way of the CSRA.

"Club Car is delighted to continue our support for United Way and the work it does to address the needs of local residents and organizations," said Jason Goldberg, Club Car's vice president of Aftermarket Parts and Services and the company's United Way representative. "We also appreciate the participation of so many of our suppliers who helped make the first Charity Classic a success."

 

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