Save the Date
When: August 22, 2018
Where: Links of Novi - Novi, Michigan
What: An awesomely fun golf outing for a fantastic cause!
We have annually (2015, 2016, 2017) donated $5K to this incredible Michigan based charity that helps soldiers and their families in need. Each year the MI APSP hosts a charity golf outing at the Novi Links and combines the proceeds from this event with some from the consumer show to give $5K to the Fallen & Wounded Soldier Fund. Please join APSP members and others from the pool/spa/backyard living industry at the course for a great cause on August 22nd 2018 at the Links of Novi to give back to those that have given so much.
In 2015, the chapter donated $5,000 to Michigan's Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund. This organization gives 97% of every dollar raised to help support Michigan-based soldiers and their families.
The Michigan Chapter of the APSP raised these funds during its 2015 Charity Golf Outing at the Shenandoah Country Club.
Pictured (from L to R) are the following from the Board of Directors of the Michigan Chapter of the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals:
Richard Martin-President, John Beninati-Board Member, Chris Ferriss-Past President, Sung Choe-Vice President and Jim McDonald-Treasurer.
In 2014, the chapter donated $2,500 to Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund, a Michigan-based charity to benefit injured/deceased soldiers and their families from the state of Michigan. This not for profit gives back 95 percent of all money raised. FWSF helps those from Michigan that help protect America.
The Michigan Chapter of the APSP raised these funds during its 2014 Charity Golf Outing at the Links of Whitmore Lake.
In 2013, the chapter donated $2,500 to the Ronald McDonald House. This organization provides care/support for children and their families during times of extreme health crisis. RMH helps children and their families from Michigan during times of health crisis.
The Michigan Chapter of the APSP raised these funds during the 2013 Charity Golf Outing at the Links of Whitmore Lake.