TORONTO, ON – (August 20, 2018) The first of their kind programs for healthy and involved fathers at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families (CCMF) have just received a huge boost thanks to a $25,000 contribution from the proceeds of the Charger Foundation 2018 Golf Tournament.
The 14th Annual Charger Foundation Charitable Golf Tournament took place on June 20, 2018 with support from title sponsors The InStore Group and Carpenters Union Local 27, and official event sponsor and major donor HS & Partners LLP.
“We are amazed by the generosity of the Charger Foundation, in particular Chairman Louis Sapi and staff Sonia Vaknin, Zarah Dehnashi and Samantha Sapi,” said CCMF Executive Director Justin Trottier. Over the course of three annual events, Charger has contributed a total of $50,000 to programs that improve men’s health, help young men become better fathers and ensure services are available for men who are experiencing domestic abuse.
“We are proud to have made this important contribution to grow programs that are often the only ones available for single or divorced fathers and their children,” said Charger Foundation Chairman Louis Sapi. “Our partnership with the CCMF has improved the lives of many families while also transforming the public acceptance of men’s services.”
Charger and the CCMF join in sharing their gratitude with all sponsors, golfers, donors and volunteers whose participation made this signature event a huge success. Our 2018 sponsors were the following amazing companies:
The InStore Group, Carpenters Union Local 27, HS & Partners LLP, Blue Line Distribution, The Consilium Group, Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre, Horodynsky Farms Inc., Vaknin Law Professional Corporation, Closeout King, Noble Estates, Golfer’s Green, Furnace King, Deer Fields, RBC Wealth Management, V71 Entertainment, Kinetic Risk Management, Hockley Miller, Kifinti Solutions Inc., P2 Realty, Charger Consulting Corporation, Goodbye Graffiti, Fitch Security Integration, The Office Mover, Armstrong, Umbra
“The Charger Foundation has shown extraordinary leadership in galvanizing community backing around this cause, and thanks to Charger’s ongoing support we are making progress toward our shared vision of a future where more children benefit from a strong relationship with their fathers and all people are free from abuse and violence,” said Trottier.
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