A great day was had by all at Sea Island Habitat for Humanity’s Golf Benefit 2017. The presenting sponsor, Kelly Family Foundation, led the way to the highest fundraising total in Habitat golf history.
Many Seabrookers were among the 92 golfers that hit the links to compete in a player’s choice format. Each team consisted of 4 participants. There were several special competitions including; hole in one, closest to the pin (Winners: Ladies – Julie O’Driscoll. Men – John McAvoy), longest drive (Winners: Ladies – Katy Goodrich. Men – Jody Riggs), and putting (Winner – Ken Cavanaugh).
To see more pictures of the golfers, click here and then go to pictures in the center of the page.
Sea Island Habitat for Humanity’s mission is to build simple, safe, and decent homes for families that need a hand up, not a hand out.
As the third oldest Habitat for Humanity in the world, Sea Island Habitat has been building homes since 1978. To date, SIHH has built over 300 houses on Johns, James, and Wadmalaw Islands.
They can continue this work because of generous donors who give tax deductible contributions, as well as the proceeds from their ReStore on Maybank Highway. The ReStore is filled with donated furniture, home goods, and appliances that can be sold to help build houses for our homeowners. If you have any donations for the ReStore, let us know, we will pick them up!
For more information on Sea Island Habitat for Humanity, visit our website at www.seaislandhabitat.org or call Peter Mathias, Director of Development at 843-296-6477.”