SpiriTrust Lutheran® raises more than $66,000 at Hospice Golf Tournament
SpiriTrust Lutheran® raised $66,125 at the 42nd Annual Hospice Golf Tournament held August 15 at the Chambersburg Country Club. The tournament returned this year following a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
Since the tournament began more than four decades ago, it has raised more than $2 million to support the ministry of hospice. Proceeds go toward closing the gap between the cost of hospice care and insurance coverage or what clients are able to afford.
“After a two-year hiatus, we are so grateful for the continuing support that the community has shown for their friends and neighbors by being an important part of this event,” said Bob Rundle, president/CEO, SpiriTrust Lutheran.
A total of 122 golfers, including representatives from 50 sponsors and other supporters, along with five volunteers enjoyed a day of golf and camaraderie while supporting the comfort and compassionate care that hospice services provide to the community.
“We are so grateful for the charitable support from our generous sponsors,” said Deborah Strong, VP of Philanthropy. “On behalf of our hospice clients and their families, thank you!”