The Circulus Golf Tournament celebrated its 15th year of success in supporting Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care (CHPC), bringing the total contributions to an astounding $123,000. Held on August 21 at Moon Brook Country Club, this year’s tournament marked another milestone in the ongoing partnership between Circulus and CHPC.
The Circulus Golf Tournament has consistently attracted golfers and sponsors from the local community and beyond. The beautiful weather, a full field of participants, and the picturesque golf course made this year’s event one to remember. This longstanding event has become a hallmark of fun and camaraderie in the area.
The tournament’s roots in supporting CHPC run deep, with the organizers directing the proceeds to benefit the organization for a remarkable 15 years. Their dedication to CHPC’s mission of caring for patients and families battling serious or terminal illnesses is evident in the continued success of the tournament.
Mike Testa, President and CEO of CHPC, expressed his gratitude, stating, “It is truly an honor to be the beneficiary of this exceptional, longstanding event. The dedication and generosity of Tom, the committee, sponsors, and participants deeply touches our hearts. We are grateful to each of them for their continued partnership with CHPC.”
The mission of Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care is to provide end-of-life education and care in Chautauqua County. CHPC offers hospice care for patients and families facing life-limiting terminal
illnesses, as well as palliative care for those with serious chronic illnesses. For more information about CHPC and its services, please visit www.CHPC.care or call 338-0033.
The Circulus Golf Tournament’s 15th anniversary success is a testament to the power of community and philanthropy in making a meaningful impact on the lives of those in need.