Golf tournament to benefit the Heroes to Heroes Foundation on May 21 at Ramblewood Country Club

The foundation is a non-denominational organization providing spiritual healing, suicide prevention and peer support for veterans.

An inaugural 18-hole golf tournament to benefit the Heroes to Heroes Foundation will be held at Ron Jaworski’s Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel on May 21 starting at 1 p.m.

The Heroes to Heroes Foundation is a non-denominational organization providing spiritual healing, suicide prevention, and peer support programs for veterans who suffer from Moral Injury and PTSD.

This is the second event for Heroes to Heroes in the past year.

Last autumn, a community choral evening was held generating approximately $10,000 from ticket sales, auction baskets, and donations.

This golf tournament anticipates matching that dollar amount, helping to fund veterans during their time of healing and travel to the Holy Land.

After the tournament, players can join together for a “Brotherly Love” buffet dinner The registration fee for the day is $155 for adult golfers and $110 for junior golfers age 18 and under.

Awards, contest prizes and a raffle for a brand new golf club will be included.

Every skill level is welcome to participate in the shot-gun start. For those who do not golf, donations are welcome and appreciated.

Local businesses are welcome to advertise or sponsor this event as well.

Tee Box signs are available for competition holes, raffle and desert table options. For more information, contact Mollie Ehrlich by May 7 at juniorgolfprograms101@gmail.com to reserve a tee time and dinner spot or to donate to the foundation.