Artesian Resources Raises $135,000 for Local Charities at Annual Golf Outing

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NEWARK, DEArtesian Resources Corporation (Nasdaq: ARTNA) announced that its Annual Charitable Golf Outing raised nearly $135,000, pushing the thirteen-year total to $875,000. The event, held on June 3rd at the DuPont Country Club in Wilmington, Delaware, saw over 175 golfers from Artesian’s vendors and business partners come together to support local charitable organizations.

Dian C. Taylor, Chair and CEO of Artesian, expressed immense gratitude for the support received. “We are immensely grateful for the generous support from our business partners to be able to once again have such an incredibly successful event. Their continued partnership with us each year enables Artesian to have a positive impact on local charities across the Delmarva Peninsula,” Taylor said.

This year’s gold sponsors included AssuredPartners, Austin & Bednash Construction, Inc., Core & Main, Eagle Control Corporation, Ferguson Waterworks, Klenzoid, Inc., McWane Waterworks, Metra Industries, Inc., Pureflow Filtration, Technivate, Inc., and Tri-State Underground, Inc.

The proceeds from the event will benefit several charitable organizations, including the Delaware Nature Society and the Ray of Hope Mission Center. Founded in 1964, the Delaware Nature Society is a leading environmental nonprofit focused on education, conservation, and advocacy. The Ray of Hope Mission Center in Cecil County, Maryland, provides services, education, outreach, and advocacy for people with disabilities and seniors.

Nicki Taylor, President of Artesian Water Company, highlighted the importance of the event. “Artesian is proud to have hosted yet another successful annual fundraising event. The proceeds provide significant value to local charitable organizations that offer meaningful assistance to our communities. As a leading provider of water and wastewater services, Artesian recognizes the importance of giving back to the communities where we both live and serve,” she said.

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Artesian Resources Drives Social Impact Through Annual Charitable Golf Outing

Artesian Resources’ commitment to community support through its Annual Charitable Golf Outing illustrates a growing trend among corporations to engage in social responsibility. By raising $135,000 this year alone, Artesian demonstrates how business partnerships can result in substantial contributions to local charities.

The involvement of over 175 golfers and numerous sponsors highlights the collaborative spirit driving this initiative. Organizations like the Delaware Nature Society and the Ray of Hope Mission Center stand to benefit significantly, enabling them to further their missions in environmental conservation and social services, respectively.

The Delaware Nature Society’s mission to connect people with nature aligns well with current environmental priorities. As climate concerns rise, support for organizations that advocate for sustainable practices becomes increasingly vital. Meanwhile, the Ray of Hope Mission Center addresses essential community needs by supporting individuals with disabilities and seniors, populations often underserved in many regions.

For Artesian, this event not only bolsters its public image but also strengthens its ties to the community. By actively participating in and funding local initiatives, Artesian reinforces its role as a responsible corporate citizen. This approach can enhance customer loyalty and attract partners who value social impact.

In conclusion, Artesian Resources’ Annual Charitable Golf Outing represents more than just a fundraising event. It is a testament to how corporate entities can leverage their resources and networks to drive meaningful change in their communities. As businesses increasingly prioritize social responsibility, events like these serve as models for blending corporate success with philanthropic efforts, ultimately fostering a more inclusive and supportive society.

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