For Immediate Release
Contact: Maria Zone
Director of Communications
Archdiocese of Hartford
FACS Golf Classic: FACS provides Funds for Catholic School Scholarships
Hartford, Conn. – (April 19, 2018) On Monday, May 14th, the Foundation for the Advancement of Catholic Schools (FACS) is hosting its eighth annual FORE FACS Golf Classic at Shelter Harbor Golf Club, 1 Golf Club Drive, Charlestown, RI.
Sponsored by the Foundation for the Advancement of Catholic Schools (FACS), this premier golf experience includes green fees, cart, boxed lunch, refreshments on the course, an evening dinner reception and gift. FACS is a non-profit which awards scholarships for Catholic school students in the Archdiocese of Hartford.
Shelter Harbor is rated the #3 private golf course in R.I by Golf Digest.
Join FACS Partners: Sinatro Agency General Insurance, Farmington Bank, and Trinity Health Of New England at this great fundraiser.
FOX News Reporter Todd Piro, formerly of NBC Connecticut, will serve as emcee of the outing and former UCONN basketball player Meghan Pattyson Culmo will play,
For reservations and sponsorship opportunities, contact: (860) 761-7498 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is $400 a player or $1600 per foursome.
“We are grateful to our sponsors, and to the golfers, who join us not only for the love of the game, but for their belief in the mission of Catholic education. Through their generosity, FACS is able to provide thousands of dollars in scholarships to students who attend Catholic schools. Many of these students would not be able to benefit from a Catholic education if it were not for our Foundation,” said Executive Director Cindy Basil Howard.
FACS raises funds and provides scholarships for students who attend Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford. It is a local, nonprofit corporation that has supported Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford for over 34 years. The Foundation consists of a committed Board of Trustees led by Honorary Chairman Archbishop Leonard P. Blair and Chairman and President Brian A. Giantonio.