United Way of Chester County Raises $105,000 to Fight Food Insecurity: Third Annual Golf Outing Drives Impact

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WEST CHESTER, PA — United Way of Chester County is proud to announce the success of its third annual Chester County Stronger Golf Classic fundraiser, which will allocate a remarkable $105,000 towards programs and services that support reducing food insecurity. The sold-out event brought together golf enthusiasts and community members who are passionate about making a difference in their local communities while enjoying a full afternoon of fellowship and fun.

Along with presenting sponsor Brumbaugh Wealth Management, United Way of Chester County hosted various hole contests, on-course refreshment stations, luncheon, cocktail hour and hors d’oeuvres, dinner and awards. A special thank you to this year’s sponsors, including platinum lead sponsors Penn Oaks Golf Club, CCRES, Gallagher, CTDI and Truist; gold sponsors Di and Dallas Krapf, Hankin Group, Meridian Bank, Abel Brothers Towing, PECO and Bentley Systems; silver sponsors First National Bank, RKL, Citadel Credit Union, State Farm – Will Anderson, Univest, Lamb McErlane and LinkBank.

“We extend our deepest gratitude to our valued sponsors, donors, and participants for their support of the Chester County Stronger Golf Classic,” said Christina Wagoner, Senior Vice President of Financial Development of United Way of Chester County. “Their generosity will directly impact our ability to support vital programs and services aimed at addressing the pressing challenge of food insecurity in our community.” United Way President and CEO Christopher Saello said “we express our gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of this event. Together, we are making a tangible impact on the lives of our friends and neighbors, helping to build a stronger, more resilient community for all.”

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The winners for the outing are as follows:

  • Foursome Team 1: Abel Brothers Towing (Walter Mahowsky, Sean Scull, Justin Scull, & Matt Brooks)
  • Foursome Team 2: All4 (Bill Straub, Jake Straub, Matt Bulley & Rich Bulley)
  • Foursome Team 3: United Way of Chester County (Christina Wagoner, Brett Rubinstein, Tom Digati & Matthew MacDonough
  • Closest to the hole #3 Men: Jesse Easton
  • Longest Drive #18 Men: Justin Scull
  • Longest Drive #18 Women: Cristina Barsony
  • Closest to the Hole #3 – Million Dollar Contestant: Mark Gentilotti

Next year’s event will be held on April 28, 2025 at Penn Oaks Golf Club. To learn more, visit www.LiveUnitedInGolf.org or call 610-429-9400.

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