Local Nonprofit Hosts Golf Tournament Fundraiser to Support Struggling Lowcountry Residents and Promote Self-Sufficiency

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Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach to host 21st Annual Golf Tournament on October 2 at The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek.

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We are gearing up for another fun-filled golf tournament and as always, we are so grateful to our sponsors and volunteers that help make it possible.

Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach will host their 21st Annual Golf Tournament on October 2 at The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek on John’s Island. Donations from the fundraiser will help to provide educational programs, health services and direct emergency assistance to families on James, Johns and Wadmalaw Islands as well as downtown Charleston-area residents who are suffering from poverty, unemployment and illness. Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach provides educational opportunities and resource assistance that encourage self-sufficiency and the desire to work toward a better future.

“We are gearing up for another fun-filled golf tournament and as always, we are so grateful to our sponsors and volunteers that help make it possible,” says executive director, Jill Jackson-Ledford. “The money raised from this event will make a positive impact to those in need on the Sea Islands as well as downtown-area residents who may be going through challenging economic times. We are humbled to have the opportunity to lend a hand and help get them back on their feet.”

The golf tournament begins with registration and lunch at 11:30 a.m. and a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Dinner and an awards ceremony will follow the tournament at 6 p.m. This is a Captain’s Choice, four-player team format and entry fee is $375 per golfer. Space is limited and sponsorship opportunities are available. To register or learn more, visit http://www.olmoutreach.org or call (843) 559-4109.

About Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach
Founded in 1989, Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach provides educational, health and direct outreach services to more than 11,000 people each year in the Lowcountry. The two locations include Johns Island which serves the needs of James, Johns and Wadmalaw Island residents and the Neighborhood House in Charleston that serves downtown-area residents. Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach, sponsored by the Sister of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy, provides basic human needs while encouraging self-sufficiency and self-esteem through various programs including food and clothing services, dental and prenatal women’s healthcare, English as a Second Language (ESL) and GED instruction, life skills classes, after-school tutoring and a summer enrichment camp. For more information, visit olmoutreach.org.

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