Driving Hope Golf Tournament Registration Now Open

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Driving Hope Golf Tournament Registration Now Open

Registration Now Open for Domestic Violence Services’ Driving Hope Golf Tournament

Kennewick, WA – May 16, 2022 – Domestic Violence Services of Benton & Franklin Counties (DVSBF),  a nonprofit organization serving the community since 2003, is excited to announce registration for its 17th Annual Driving Hope Golf Tournament is now open at www.golf4dvsbf.org.

The Driving Hope Golf Tournament will be held Friday, June 24, 2022, at the Canyon Lakes Golf Course in Kennewick, Washington with a 1 PM shotgun start. Proceeds from this event will fund and support DVSBF programs and services for survivors of domestic violence and their families.

DVSBF board member and tournament chair, Jerry Cochran, said, “We are thrilled to announce our Driving Hope Golf Tournament promising a fun-filled day on a beautiful course while supporting DVSBF in our effort to provide the best possible advocacy, support, and services such as emergency shelter and the 24-hour hotline to people in Benton and Franklin counties. I look forward to being on the course and getting to meet and personally thank the people who stand with us.”

Golfers can register for $700 per foursome which includes greens fee, cart, range balls, and dinner. A trophy for first place will be awarded as well as prizes for 2nd and 3rd place. Join us for a special “Beat the Pro” challenge and raffles for more fun and prizes. Finally, everyone can participate in the silent auction that will launch online staring June 17-24th.

For more information about the Driving Hope Golf Tournament or to become a sponsor or donate an item for the raffle or silent auction, please call (509)735-1295 or email diana.i@dvsbf.org.

About DVSBF – since 2003, DVSBF has been providing caring advocacy and support services for domestic violence survivors in our community through programs that empower, educate, and inspire. Annually, DVSBF assists over 900 individuals and answers over 1,800 calls on the 24-hours crisis line. Our mission is to create a healthy community free from all forms of domestic violence. For more information about DVSBF’s programs and services, visit www.dvsbf.org.