CRISIS CENTER FOR SOUTH SUBURBIA’S DIANNE MASTERS CUP GOLF OUTING A GREAT SUCCESS
Sponsors and Guests helped raise over $35,000 to provide support to domestic violence victims
August 18, 2016, Tinley Park, IL – The Crisis Center for South Suburbia’s 2016 Dianne Masters Cup Golf Outing was a tremendous success, raising more than $35,000 to benefit the Crisis Center. Title sponsors for the event, B.E.L.A. Charities and Exelon, and a crowd of 152 golfers attended the event in support of victims of domestic violence. “We are moved by the generosity of our participants, sponsors, vendors, committee members, and the many volunteers who made this possible,” commented Chris Beele, Special Events Coordinator for the Crisis Center. He went on to say, “We lucked out with fantastic weather and our supporters enjoyed everything from the fun contest holes and prizes, sangria on the course provided by Cooper’s Hawk, and the delicious dinner served in Silver Lake Country Club’s clubhouse; overall it was a terrific event.”
The Dianne Masters Cup is named in honor and memory of the late Dianne Masters, who founded the organization in 1979. The Crisis Center for South Suburbia’s mission is to provide emergency shelter and other essential services for individuals and families victimized by domestic violence and address the societal issues that contribute to domestic violence.
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