A Great Day for Golf and Raising Money!

Denver check presno

Terry Fritz, AF Senior Publisher in Denver & Seattle, attended the annual Aimco Cares Golf Classic benefitting Project Sanctuary. The tournament is held at the world-class Sanctuary Golf Course in Denver each July. Terry said “It was an amazing moment when Project sanctuary was given a check for $100,000. Knowing this is going to help out brave military families who have given so much for our country. It gave me great pride to be there and represent Apartment Finder for their generosity in this program. It was also a pleasure meeting the board of directors who make sure this program exists for our soldiers and their families.”

The day was definitely as success as much needed money was raised – $100,000 went to Project Sanctuary, $100,000 went to Taps and $140,000 will go to the Aimco Cares Scholarship Fund in November.

Project Sanctuary is a national nonprofit that helps military families reconnect. Their focus is to help the entire family heal together in a unique, comprehensive two year program and reintegrate back into the community. The program is kicked off with an all expense paid, 6 day Therapeutic retreat utilizing recreation as a form of Diversion therapy. 90% of families are still together and the Project can proudly report, NO suicides. Located in beautiful Colorado, Project Sanctuary families enjoy year round activities such as: hiking, fishing and horseback riding in a safe environment. Healthy Marriage and Financial Peace is also offered. The Project keeps in touch with each family for the next two years and continues to provide the support and services they need. Project Sanctuary is proud to serve active duty, veteran and wound warrior families. As these families serve together, they deserve the chance to heal together. For more information look for us on facebook or projectsanctuary.us

The Project Sanctuary board members photographed include: Heather Ehle , Exec. Director, Shane Schmutz, Board/Veteran, Marci Smith, Board/Veteran, Artie Guerrer, Board/ Veteran and Izzy Abbass, Board/ Veteran. Terry Fritz is the smiling one in the middle holding the check..

 

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