- Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 October 2021 20:11
Passavant Memorial Homes Foundation (PMHF) recently hosted their 28th Annual Golf Classic at Olde Stonewall Golf Club in Elwood City, Pennsylvania. The event, which was presented by First National Bank, raised more than $135,000 for individuals with intellectual disabilities, autism, and behavioral health needs served by PMHF’s parent not-for-profit organization, Passavant Memorial Homes (PMH).
|Pictured: l-r Zach Senft-PMH, Pgh Penguins team Jack Tipton, Jim Meyer, Mark Deasy, Jeff Varga - Lewis Minett-PMH|
Celina Pompeani, KDKA-TV Pittsburgh Today Live Reporter and Pittsburgh Penguins TV Host emceed the event, which was highlighted by features such as a live on-the-course magician, three hole-in-one competitions (including a chance to win a $100,000 gift certificate to LW Automotive), a host of exclusive silent auction items (including throwing the first pitch at a Pittsburgh Pirates game), and many other raffle prizes and golfer giveaways.
The winners of the event were a foursome representing the Pittsburgh Penguins, a proud partner with PMH (including Jack Tipton, Senior Director, Partnership Sales and Jim Meyer, Senior Manager, Partnership Marketing).
All of the funds raised will be used to further enhance the services and supports provided to more than 600 individuals that PMH serves across western and central Pennsylvania.