The Holland Employee Charitable Foundation (HECF) is pleased to announce that $23,000 was raised at this year’s Klondike Klassic Charity Golf Tournament thanks to the overwhelming support of Holland friends and associates including 160 golfers and over 100 sponsors. The event was held February 27th at Far Oaks Golf Club.
This year’s tournament was held to benefit Fontebella Maternity Home. Founded in 2009 by Bob and Susan Hoff, Fontebella provides a safe, loving, home-like setting for women 18 and older who are facing an unplanned pregnancy and have nowhere else to turn.
Members of the HECF presented a $23,000 check to Fontebella at the conclusion of the event. “We are so grateful for this blessing, and will be able to do so many incredible things to advance the mission of Fontebella with this money,” said founder Susan Hoff. With added resources, Fontebella’s plans include expansion of their home, addiction and mental health services for the women residing at the home, and the addition of long-term after-care units.
With Holland’s “Can Do!” philosophy, the Holland Employee Charitable Foundation (HECF) was established with the mission of dedicating ourselves to helping others in the community through donations and volunteering. The HECF is employee run and driven.
Through the HECF, the Klondike Klassic Charity Golf Tournament will now be an annual event. Funds raised each year will go towards a local organization voted on annually by the Foundation.
The Holland Employee Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity as a component fund of the St. Louis Community Foundation.
Holland Construction Services is a full-service construction management, general contracting, and design/build firm based in Swansea, Ill.