United Way of Chester County Tees Up for the Third Annual Chester County Stronger Golf Classic with Brumbaugh Wealth Management as Titanium Title Sponsor

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EXTON, PA — United Way of Chester County is thrilled to announce the return of its highly anticipated Chester County Stronger Golf Classic event for the third consecutive year, on April 29, 2024, at Penn Oaks Golf Club in West Chester. Participants will enjoy various hole contests, on-course refreshment stations, luncheon, cocktail hour and hors d’oeuvres, dinner and awards. All funds raised will be directed toward community programs and services addressing the critical issue of food insecurity. This will make a profound impact on an issue that affects many lives in our community.

“We are immensely grateful to Brumbaugh Wealth Management for their commitment to our community and their leadership as the Titanium Title Sponsor,” said Christopher Saello, President and CEO at United Way of Chester County. “Their support will undoubtedly make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals and families in need throughout our region.”

United Way of Chester County’s mission is to bring people together and leverage resources to create improved lives and resilient communities. Christina Wagoner, Senior Vice President of Financial Development at United Way, is orchestrating innovative surprises that promise to deliver a distinctive experience for attendees, simultaneously increasing awareness about the impactful initiatives of United Way. “We promise that this year’s event will be bigger and better than before, including a new and improved format, an opportunity to win a free trip to Tuscany, and more,” said Wagoner.

Limited corporate sponsorships are available. For more information on sponsorships, please contact Christina Wagoner, at 610-429-9400 x4101 or cwagoner@uwchestercounty.org. Event and registration information can be found at www.LiveUnitedinGolf.org.

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