Hudock Capital 10th Annual Charity Golf Event Generates $10,000 for Local Education Nonprofit
October 21, 2015

Annual Tournament Has Donated More Than $105K in Total Charitable Contributions to Area Nonprofit Organizations – Red Raider Foundation Named 2015 Recipient

This year marked the tenth in a row that team members from Hudock Capital hit the links with scores of area golf enthusiasts to raise needed funds for an area nonprofit organization.  The wealth management firm located in Williamsport held the 10th Annual Hudock Capital Classic Charity Golf Event on Friday, August 7 at the Wynding Brook Golf Club in Milton to benefit the Red Raider Foundation of the Montgomery Area School District.

Between the total contributions of 72 registered players and matching funds from Hudock Capital, $10,000 was generated in a single day to benefit the Red Raider Foundation.  The proceeds raised at this year’s event bring the total contributions raised by the annual charity golf tournament for area nonprofit organizations to more than $105,000.

“Hudock Capital is humbled by the tremendous community support for our annual charitable golf tournament,” said Michael J. Hudock Jr., president and founding partner of Hudock Capital Group.  “For us, this tournament is a meaningful opportunity to further our core purpose – to make a profound and positive difference in the lives of our clients and in the communities we serve.  We are truly grateful to all who have helped us make this annual event an ongoing success as we continue to partner together to support purposeful causes in our community.”

Established by Michael J. Hudock Jr. in 2005, the Hudock Capital Classic Charity Golf Event is one of several enduring philanthropic initiatives the firm founded and actively supports throughout the region to provide financial support for area arts, health and education nonprofits.  Past recipients include the Community Arts Center, Williamsport Area School District, Uptown Music Collective, Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, YWCA, Habitat for Humanity, the American Cancer Society and WVIA public broadcasting.

A check in the amount of $10,000 was presented to Bonnie Taylor, president of the Red Raider Foundation by Michael Hudock Jr. on August 31 at the firm’s main office at 400 Market Street in Williamsport.

Sun Gazette – Sunday 9/27/15

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