Charity Golf Tournament raises nearly $12,000 for Veterans

This year’s charity golf tournament staged by our corporate sponsor A Royal Flush raised nearly $12,000 for HonorBound Foundation to distribute to veterans in need across the U.S.

Employees from A Royal Flush and co-sponsor Butler Tibbetts, and corporate guests from both companies played on October 10 at Silvermine Golf Club in Norwalk, CT. Weather conditions were perfect for the scramble-style event that featured more than 20 foursomes.

HonorBound Executive Director Pamela Harper Kushner said proceeds from the tournament totaled nearly $12,000 and the money will be used to continue the nonprofit’s mission of providing immediate assistance to veterans who are facing a financial crisis.

“I can’t begin to tell you how much this means to our organization and the veterans we serve,” said Harper Kushner. “I just want to thank everyone at A Royal Flush and Butler Tibbetts for their generosity and another amazing event.”

Harper Kushner said a big part of the event’s success should be credited to Katie Antonucci of A Royal Flush. Harper Kushner said Antonucci organized the event, tirelessly solicited donations from sponsors and businesses, and then worked all day at the tournament to ensure the event went off without a problem.