NEWPORT BEACH, California, June 2, 2016 – The sixth Annual Project Access Charity Golf Tournament, held at the Strawberry Farms Golf Club in Irvine, raised nearly $123,000 to help fund afterschool programing, education assistance, wellness education and financial capacity building programs at 55 Family and Senior Resource Centers located at affordable housing complexes in California, Colorado and Arizona.
Birdie Sponsor was Bridge Investment Group, Par Sponsors included Affordable Housing Access and The Crean Foundation, with the list of sustaining sponsors including Bristol Equity Capital, Inc., Geoffrey and Nancy Stack Family Foundation, Highridge Costa Housing Partners LP, Lincoln Consulting Group, LLC, Mariman & Co., FPA Mulifamily, LLC., and an anonymous donor.
Tee sponsors included Banc of California, California Public Finance Authority, Century Housing Corporation, CPP, LLC, East West Bank, Everett – Callahan Insurance, Foundation for Affordable Housing, The Hampstead Group, Inc., Jerome A. Fink Foundation, NCS Appliance, The Related Companies of California, Steadfast Companies, Target and Wilmington Trust.
Project Access is thrilled with the rapid growth of the tournament. “Thank you again to our volunteer Chairman Jim Reed and our generous sponsors, participants, volunteers, staff and Board of Directors who helped to make this latest edition of the Annual Project Access Charity Golf Tournament another grand success,” said Project Access CEO & President Kathy McCarrell.