DLC Young Executives to host Chip in for DLC Golf Tournament
David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health (DLC) will host the seventh annual Chip in for DLC Golf Tournament on Oct. 23 at Quail Creek Golf and Country Club in Naples. The lunch and registration begin at 11:30 a.m., with a tee-off set for 1 p.m. The tournament will be played in an 18-hole scramble with four-person teams. Participants who enter as individuals will be placed on a team. Immediately following the tournament will be a casual awards cocktail reception, where spouses, guests and other non-golfers are welcome to join in on the festivities. Individual players are $250 per person and teams are $1,000 per foursome. Awards cocktail reception only tickets are $50 per person. In addition, golfers will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of raffles, skills challenges and a putting contest. All proceeds will benefit DLC. The event is being co-chaired by DLC Young Executives’ Board Members Peter Michaels and Joseph Stusek. For more information regarding tickets or sponsorships, contact David Lawrence Centers at (239) 354-1445, email@example.com, or visit ChipInforDLC.org
Bentley Village Foundation recognizes employees for assistance during pandemic
Under the Cares Act, The Bentley Village Foundation distributed 518 Publix food cards worth $100 each (totaling $51,800) to employees of the Naples senior living community. The Bentley Village Foundation’s mission statement is: Dedicated to enriching the lives of residents, employees, and others within Collier County and Southwest Florida and enhancing their cultural, intellectual, emotional and/or physical well-being through philanthropic programs and educational scholarships. The “Bentley Wings” Competitive Scholarship program is the charitable organization’s primary program, providing competitive scholarships to eligible employees of Vi at Bentley Village and their dependents. Since its formation in 2016, the foundation has awarded 54 scholarships. For more information, visit ViLiving.com
Turk & Turk donates custom face mask to Youth Haven
Florida-based Turk & Turk has donated 64 custom-made, washable face masks for Youth Haven’s
children and teens and the staff that cares for them. In addition to its recent in-kind donation, Turk & Turk is also hosting a promotion to support Youth Haven, Southwest Florida’s only residential shelter for boys and girls ages 6-19 who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, abandonment or are homeless, according to a news release. Between now and Labor Day, Sept. 7, make a purchase at Turk & Turk (with the exception of face masks) through this designated link
and 10% will be donated to Youth Haven.