From golfing for a great cause to honoring heroes, here's a look at special events taking place in Raleigh that we are proud to support.
Chipping in for Charity Golf Tournament
On Monday, May 20, the Accreditation Commission for Health Care ("ACHC") hosts its annual Chipping in for Charity Golf Tournament. The event is a fun and challenging environment for golfers of all skill levels to give back. Net proceeds benefit two local organizations, the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle and SAFEChild.
Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Brier Creek Country Club, followed by a driving range warm-up at 11:30. The tournament will kick off at 1 o'clock with a shotgun blast.
Founded in 1986, ACHC is a nonprofit accreditation organization. Its mission is to deliver the best possible experience to organizations and healthcare professionals that seek accreditation and related services.
2019 Raleigh Heroes Reception
Recognizing heroes will bring together people on Wednesday, May 22. The North Carolina Heroes Fund is hosting its 2019 Raleigh Heroes Reception at the City Club in Raleigh. The event starts at 11:30.
Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Anthony "Tony" Tata is the event's featured speaker. More about Tata:
Brigadier General Anthony J. Tata, U.S. Army, Retired, has more than three decades of public service as a military officer and in leadership roles at the county and state level in North Carolina. General Tata is currently President of Tata Leadership Group, a full-service consulting and speaking enterprise working with all industries. He frequently speaks on matters of foreign policy and leadership to companies such as Google, Hewlett Packard, General Electric, MetLife, Bank of America, Glaxo Smith Kline, Caterpillar, Fannie Mae, and Freddie Mac as well as other major corporations. Read more.
The mission of the North Carolina Heroes’ Fund was created in January 2007 with a mission to improve the quality of life for the military men and women of North Carolina and their families who are experiencing financial hardships as a result of their service, often times from overseas deployment.