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Record Number of Golfers Tee Off to End Homelessness at Greater Denver Bridge of Hope’s Annual Golf Tournament

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Record Number of Golfers Tee Off to End Homelessness at Greater Denver Bridge of Hope’s Annual Golf Tournament

September 18
05:03 2020

Denver, CO, USA – September 17, 2020 – 134 golfers took to Arrowhead Golf Course on August 24th to tee off at the 2020 Greater Denver Bridge of Hope National Golf Classic. The tournament had 18 sponsors and they were able to double their revenue over the previous year’s golf tournament.

Alpine Bank, Elect Technologies, and IA4DA hosted the 2020 Greater Denver Bridge of Hope National Golf Classic which included a scramble golf tournament, putting contest, hole contests, hourly and door prizes.

Greater Denver Bridge of Hope partners with single moms and their children who are facing homeless. Through the tournament, Bridge of Hope was able to raise enough money to bring 2 new families of single moms and kids for a full year in their program. Last month they were able to bring in 2 families as well.

All funds raised from the tournament will benefit Greater Denver Bridge of Hope. The Bridge of Hope network and partners embrace these values as they engage in ending homelessness for families, primarily consisting of single mothers and their children. The Bridge of Hope Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization – donations of which are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

The Greater Denver Bridge of Hope will be hosting their 4th annual Denim and Diamonds Gala on October 24th, 2020 in their first ever virtual fundraising event. The goal of the Denim and Diamonds Gala fundraiser is to end homelessness for families, and fully-fund moms for the entire program. Those interested in sponsoring the Denim and Diamonds Gala can learn more at

About Bridge of Hope

On March 2, 1987, 37 Christians gathered in a church basement in Coatesville, PA, to listen to Sandy Lewis and Linda Witmer share their vision for how churches could respond to women and children facing homelessness. The group listened as three women who were homeless shared their personal stories. The group represented a cross-section of churches but was united by a deep sense of Christ’s call to compassion for families facing homelessness. As they explored ways churches could make a real and lasting difference, God’s Spirit prompted 10 women and men to step forward.

Today, 20 Bridge of Hope locations are active in 12 states across the country. After 30 years and national growth, Bridge of Hope’s mission distinctive remains the same: engaging Christian faith communities in ending and preventing family homelessness through neighboring relationships that demonstrate Christ’s love.

To learn more about Bridge of Hope, visit them online at

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