Community Care Northumberland’s ‘Caring Fore Our Community’ Golf Tournament Raises $18,100

In Community, Local

Community Care Northumberland (CCN) is thrilled to announce the success of its annual ‘Caring Fore Our Community’ Golf Tournament, held on June 20, 2024, at Shelter Valley Pines Golf Club in Grafton.

The event raised an impressive $18,100, ensuring the continued affordability and accessibility of CCN’s
programs and services for clients throughout Northumberland County.

CCN is dedicated to providing essential services such as nutrition, transportation, wellness programs, in-home assistance, and hospice care, supporting seniors, adults with disabilities, and individuals recovering from illness or injury to maintain independence in their homes and communities.

The ‘Caring Fore Our Community’ Golf Tournament serves as a crucial fundraising initiative for
CCN, enabling the organization to deliver a wide range of community-based programs that
improve the health and wellbeing of Northumberland County residents. The generous
contributions from sponsors, participants, and volunteers ensure that CCN can continue its
mission of enhancing the quality of life for individuals in need.

CCN extends heartfelt gratitude to all the sponsors who made this event possible, with special
thanks to the Title Sponsor, Cogeco/ YourTV Northumberland, whose unwavering support
reflects their dedication to local communities and the essential services provided by CCN.

Additionally, CCN wishes to recognize and thank their additional sponsors and hole sponsors:

• Hole-In-One Car Sponsor: Bud Lauria

• Golf Plus Sponsor: Ash Grove

• Cart Sponsor: McLean Chimney

• Lunch Sponsors: Behan Construction/ Fraser Ford

• Golfer Gift Bag Sponsors: ACME Electric/ Yvonne Smallwood IA Private Wealth

• Prize Sponsors: Selena Forsyth/ Karen Chalovich BMO Wealth Management

• Prize Table Sponsor: Lynn Hardy

CCN would like to express sincere appreciation to all the participants and volunteers who
dedicated their time and effort to make the ‘Caring Fore Our Community’ Golf Tournament a
success. Their enthusiasm and dedication made the event a memorable experience for all

“We are incredibly thankful for the support we received during the ‘Caring Fore Our Community’
Golf Tournament,” said Trish Baird, CEO, Community Care Northumberland. “The funds raised
will go directly towards sustaining and expanding our programs and services, allowing us to
continue making a significant difference in the lives of individuals throughout Northumberland
County. It is an honour to serve our community, and we extend our deepest thanks to everyone
who contributed to this remarkable event.”

CCN operates from multiple offices across Northumberland County, supported by a team of
skilled staff and passionate volunteers who work together to provide a wide range of essential
services. By focusing on the creation, coordination, and delivery of relevant community-based
programs, CCN is dedicated to enhancing the health and wellbeing of individuals throughout

Northumberland County.
For more information about CCN’s programs and services, please visit

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