The Savage Foundation can’t thank you enough for joining us at the 16th Annual Savage Foundation Golf Classic. What an exciting day of golf, fun, and community!
Savage Foundation Golf Classic
It was wonderful to see familiar friends and supporters, as well as new faces, at our tournament. Everyone who supported our event made an impact on the lives of those who will receive proceeds from this year’s outing.
On the day of the Classic alone, we distributed $42,000 of the approximate $80,000 raised. The remaining funds will be distributed to local charities throughout the year. We hope you had as much fun as we did this year. Thanks again for supporting our efforts to help local nonprofits in the communities we serve.
The Savage Foundation Golf Classic Committee
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Join us Monday, June 15, 2020 at Stone Oak Country Club, Holland, Ohio
Our 2019 Charities
RACING FOR RECOVERY – Racing for Recovery is a comprehensive healing and prevention center focused on treatment, support, education, wellness, and community. Their mission is to prevent all forms of substance abuse by promoting a lifestyle of fitness and health for all those affected by addiction.
SEAGATE FOOD BANK – The Seagate Food Bank works to enhance quality of life in Northwest Ohio by relentlessly working to eliminate hunger and improve nutrition. Since food is not the only need, they also develop and implement programs to educate, train, support, and encourage the underserved in our community.
HEARTBEAT OF TOLEDO – Heartbeat of Toledo is a life-affirming organization whose mission is to be the best source of information and support to women facing pregnancies and to help moms, dads, and babies in need.
AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION – The grassroots work of the AFSP Ohio chapter focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide by: delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public about risk factors and warning signs, raising funds for suicide research and programs, and reaching out to those individuals who have lost someone to suicide.
It is truly an honor and a privilege to be associated with an event that demonstrates such excellence, social responsibility, and deep compassion for charitable organizations in our local community. It is through the generosity and kindness of our committee, volunteers, and sponsors that we are able to continue to make a difference in the lives of so many.J.R. TolandPresident and CEO, Savage and Associates