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Annual staff golf tournament raises over $27,000 for local children’s charities

The annual Andy Koschok Memorial Niagara Region Golf Tournament successfully raised $27,552 to support local children’s charities. Members of the golf tournament’s planning committee, on behalf of the generous supporters of the event, recently presented donation cheques to Community Crew and Pathstone Foundation.

Community Crew is a grassroots charity based in St. Catharines, dedicated to providing nutritious lunches to children across Niagara. They currently provide lunches to 1,200 children and 24 schools. The donation will go towards helping Community Crew expand to more children and schools.

Pathstone Foundation, which has been providing children’s mental health services to Niagara for 50 years, will be supporting mental health programs offered at Pathstone Mental Health, specifically Brief Services which is a program that supports kids with upwards of six in-person mental health sessions. It’s been the program with the most demand through the pandemic.

The 2021 Andy Koschok Memorial Niagara Region Golf Tournament took place on July 14. Andy Koschok was a dedicated organizer of the annual Golf Tournament during his time with Niagara Region’s Public Works department. The tournament was re-named in his memory following his passing in 2003. A dedicated group of Niagara Region staff run the event annually in his honour with the money raised going to support children’s charities in Niagara.

Media Inquiries

Norm Miller
Niagara Region
905-980-6000 ext. 3215
norman.miller@niagararegion.ca


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