CLAYTON, GA. – The 3rd Annual Power House for Kids Charity Golf Classic and Fashion Show will be held at Waterfall Club on Friday, May 20, with proceeds from the event benefiting FAITH (Fight Abuse in the Home) and its child advocacy center Power House for Kids.
Coming off of last year’s sellout event that raised over $19,000, the 2016 Power House for Kids Golf Classic and Fashion Show promises to be even bigger and better.
Four-player teams will compete in net and gross score categories. The entry fee for a foursome is $500, with a portion of the fee being tax deductible. A wide variety of sponsorship opportunities are available to individuals or companies for between $100 and $5,000.
While the golfers are out on the links, spring and summer’s newest styles from Doncaster will be showcased at the Waterfall Club Lodge during a fashion show hosted by Tanner Women’s Apparel & Accessories of downtown Clayton. The fashion show kicks off at 11:30am on Friday, May 20.
According to FAITH President Debbie Russell, “FAITH is excited to partner with Waterfall Club for the third year. This is a fun filled day where friends come together to raise much needed funds for victims of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. We appreciate the support Waterfall gives us every year to help with our mission to end domestic violence.”
Founded in 1993, the mission of FAITH is to stop abuse in Rabun, Stephens and Habersham counties in north Georgia. FAITH has provided free and confidential services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. The organization’s prevention, crisis intervention, shelter and therapeutic services offers every victim an opportunity to heal and begin a life free of violence.
“The entire Waterfall Club family is gratified to support such a vital and profound community service as FAITH and Power House for Kids,” says Waterfall’s general manager, Jason LeBlanc. “Their dedicated team works tirelessly to safeguard the vulnerable and shine a light on a crucial issue in north Georgia.”