Samaritan’s Healthcare & Hospice golf tournament raises more than $180,000

The funds will help Samaritan provide care for community members coping with aging, serious illness, or grief.

Special to The Sun: Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice’s annual golf tournament recently raised more than $180,000. Pictured, from left, are Samaritan Chief Development Officer Chris Rollins, Samaritan Board Chair Phillip Heath, Jim and Shirley Richardson of Tournament Sponsor The Richardson Family Dealerships and Golf Committee Co-Chairs Roy Fazio of The Protocall Group and Cliff Mancine of Mancine Optical.

Drive FORE! A Good Cause – Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice’s 29th Annual Golf Tournament – recently welcomed more than 185 golfers to Little Mill Country Club.

The event raised funds and awareness for Samaritan’s not-for-profit services.

The Richardson Family Dealerships once again presented the tournament.

This year’s event raised more than $180,000.

The funds will help Samaritan provide care for community members coping with aging, serious illness, or grief.

The funds will also assist patients and their families live each day to the fullest with dignity, comfort, and support.