Torch Technologies hosted its 7th annual golf tournament on Friday, September 15 at the RTJ Golf Trail at Hampton Cove. The golf tournament hosted 180 players who played on both the River Course and the Highlands Course this year. All proceeds from the event benefited the Village of Promise and its mission to eradicate generational poverty one neighborhood at a time.
The tournament began with an 8:30 shotgun start at the RTJ Golf Trail at Hampton Cove. 45 teams participated in the tournament, enjoying a beautiful day of golf while helping children of all ages receive support to help them achieve educational success- from early childhood in their Infant University program to college and beyond. Through the donations of the players, sponsors, and a contribution from Torch, Torch was pleased to present Cofounder Bobbie Bradley and Executive Director Dr. Rachel Ballard with a check for $30,000 to benefit Village of Promise programs.
President John Watson stated, “At Torch, we believe in giving back to the communities where our employees live and work. By investing in the future of the children in our community, we aim to raise the standard of living for everyone. We are so grateful to our sponsors, participants, and volunteers for sharing that vision with us. We were excited to be able to match last year’s donation that is going to Village of Promise programs. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Village of Promise in support of their invaluable programs.”
Village of Promise – Village of Promise serves the needs of children and families from cradle to college to career in distressed neighborhoods. Education, health, enrichment programs and family support services are simply what they do to help each child succeed in school. Their initial efforts are focused in the neighborhood surrounding University Place Elementary School, Montview Elementary School, Westlawn Middle School and Butler High School. To learn more about the Village of Promise go to www.villagepromise.com