PGA TOUR star David Hearn, fresh off his third-place finish at Sunday’s RBC Canadian Open, teed off for a good cause at Copetown’s Beverly Golf & Country Club Monday morning.
The event, the fourth annual David Hearn Charity Golf Classic, marked the launch of the David Hearn Foundation, in support of the Alzheimer Society. The tournament raised $100,000 in support of the Alzheimer Society of Brant Haldimand Norfolk Hamilton Halton.
“David Hearn’s generous support over the past four years has helped our organization meet the needs of more than 4,000 families affected by dementia in the Brant, Hamilton and Halton communities through education, counselling and support programs,” said Mary Burnett, CEO, Alzheimer Society of Brant Haldimand Norfolk Hamilton Halton.
According to a press release issued last week, the Foundation is kicking off its partnership with the Society by fundraising for projects that will help build on and expand programs and service delivery across Canada, while also continuing to support the local Alzheimer Society of Brant Haldimand Norfolk Hamilton Halton through the annual David Hearn Charity Golf Classic.
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