BRADENTON – Florida Suncoast Real Estate Inc. recently held a golf tournament and donated the earnings of $10,000 to help men, women, and children struggling with homeless and healthcare issues through Turning Points.
Realtors from Florida Suncoast Real Estate Inc. have been longtime supporters of Turning Points and its mission. They planned and implemented the first annual “Tee it Up for Turning Points Golf Tournament” held at Palm Aire Country Club. Originally slated for September 30th 2022, this event was rescheduled to October 21st 2022 because of Hurricane Ian.
Golfers in teams of four from across the area were invited to complete for prizes in the tournament with a shotgun start. A box lunch and awards presentation immediately followed the tournament, along with raffles and a silent auction. Sponsors included: Florida Suncoast Real Estate Inc., the Hernando De Soto Historical Society, Gold Coast Eagle Distributing, Integrity Title Services, Inc., Wade’s Interiors, Boyd Insurance and Investments, Grooms Motors and Automotive, All Trades Roofing & Contractors, Liberty Title Inc., Anderson & Associates Insurance, Magnolia School of Real Estate, Fitzgerald lending Team, Homebridge with Pete Minarich and Pour Decisions Saloon.
“Turning Points is so fortunate to have great partners like Florida Suncoast Real Estate Inc., who are invested in the betterment of our community as a whole. We are grateful for this wonderful gift that was generated through the golf tournament”, said Kathleen Cramer, Executive Director of Turning Points.
About Turning Points
Turning Points provides a remarkable variety of services designed to assist individuals and families on their path to financial stability and independence. Turning Points is the one stop shop for preventing and reducing homelessness in our community. We provide day resource services (such as hot showers, laundry services, clothing, food), employment services, rental and utility assistance, veteran’s services (employment, housing and childcare), and free medical and dental care for the uninsured and underinsured. Over 9,100 people received help last year with critical services targeted to the essential needs of people in crisis.