Do you play golf? Can you not play golf? Do you like to raise money to support efforts to end homelessness and help keep families and individuals in their homes? Do you like to zig zag around a golf course on a golf cart on a beautiful day? Regardless of your answers to the above questions, you should consider joining us for the 6th Annual Nehemiah’s Friends Golf Tournament.
I’m not much of a golfer. In fact, I’m not a golfer. But I play, because our young adult group has got it right. Why not enjoy a game of golf and make a difference in the world? The Housing Crisis Center is hosted in the five story community center building on our church campus and does great work by helping people who are about to lose their home due to financial or employment crisis. We are proud to be able to partner with them and raise some funds so that families and individuals can be helped.
As our good friend, Matthew Orlovsky said on Facebook from an experience working in our neighborhood with the homeless, “I was humbled but also reminded at how money and status can really devalue a person and that myself or someone with a million dollars is just like the human being that is given the title of homeless.“
If you are interested, email Daniel Wells for the forms and other information.