The St. Francis Neighborhood Center Presents:
The DuraBante Annual Golf Invitational
Monday October 17, 2016 | Hillendale Country Club | Phoenix, MD
St. Francis Neighborhood Center strives to give people hope for a better tomorrow by providing them with the tools they need for a better today.
Proceeds benefit St. Francis Neighborhood Center Capital Campaign to fund the renovation and expansion of the facility. This expansion will double the Center’s ability to serve Baltimore’s Reservoir Hill Community. Your support will further reinforce the Center as a primary resource for the children and their families; building inner-city Baltimore into a better community.
Join the conversation on Twitter using #CountOnMe to show your support of the St. Francis Neighborhood Center Capital Campaign, and stay up-to-date on our efforts to reach our campaign goal.
About the Invitational
The tournament will be held at Hillendale Country Club, Phoenix, MD, on Monday, October 17, 2016. The event will provide a full day of fun on the course and an inspirational experience at the Awards Banquet, with entertainment, a silent auction, and much more.
11:00 AM Registration & Lunch
12:00 PM Shotgun Start
5:30 PM Cocktails
6:30 PM Awards Banquet
About the St. Francis Neighborhood Center
St. Francis Neighborhood Center is committed to ending generational poverty through education, inspiring self-esteem, self-improvement, and strengthening connections to the community.
Our presence has served as a resource and catalyst for improving the lives of those in Reservoir Hill and making Baltimore a better place since 1963. We were founded to serve a growing segment of our community in need of inaccessible services. We have continued to grow with the help of our donors and volunteers who make our mission possible. Through the years our purpose still remains the same: bring services to those in need.
By utilizing education, art, mentoring and tutoring we work to provide people with the tools they need to advance their lives financially and socially, while fostering positive interpersonal and community connections. This in turn gives people a sense of self-empowerment, which is the principle driving force in creating extraordinary change within individuals and the community. Our programs build self-esteem as well as academic, emotional, interpersonal, social, and community development that works to address complex challenges in an effort to break the cycles of urban poverty. In an average month, we serve over 300 adults, youth, and families.