Event Coordinator & Housing Counselor Assistant

Operation Impact “Raise The Roof”
Sunday, October 25th Shotgun Start at 1:00 pm
Registration: 12:00-12:30 pm
Location: Estero Country Club at the Vines
19501 Vintage Trace Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33967
Price: $100 per person, 4 person teams for golf, cart & dinner
$50.00 per person dinner only
Purchase through our website, www.raisetheroofgolf.com or call 239-689-4944

Estero Country Club has partnered with Affordable Homeownership Foundation Inc., whose mission for this golf tournament is to replace the roofs and provide needed maintenance for three Veterans homes here in Lee County. Adler Roofing, CFS Roofing and Florida Community Bank are the major sponsors so far.
“They were called to duty to serve their country, now it’s our chance to give back in their time of need,” said Lois Healy, Executive Director/CEO. “These three Veterans all have reverse mortgages, fixed incomes and are low income. Trying to afford food, utilities and medical bills makes it impossible to repair their homes on their own. They have exhausted all other ways to get help for these necessary home repairs through other grants and organizations.”
This golf tournament is a perfect way to entertain clients and meet new friends! Sponsorship packages are available to provide you additional recognition and business opportunities. You, your friends and associates can register today to help provide a better life and a better roof for a Veteran. There is a dinner and a silent auction following the Tournament and as stated above, dinner only is available, too. Also, there is a way to honor your loved one or promote your business. Instead of Hole Sponsors, we are offering “In Memory Of” or Tribute signs. Funds raised with the sale of these signs will be used to help these 3 Veterans. These lawn signs are 24×18, double sided with up to 3 lines of text and can include a full color photo or Company Logo. After the Tournament, your sign(s) will be returned to you. What a great idea!

This article was submitted by a Guest Author of the Above Board Chamber.