Good Shepherd Housing Raises Over $36,000 from Golf Outing

Oct 7, 2019

On October 2, 2019, Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services, Inc. (GSH) had their annual Golf Outing where they raised over $36,000 to support people in northern Virginia who struggle with housing. There were 120 golfers in attendance on this record setting day in Woodbridge, VA.

David Levine, President of GSH opened the event by saying “While playing golf today, just know that your support has gone to further our affordable housing mission in the community. Your support will make a difference and will be life-changing for our clients and community.” Later in the address, Levine added “We also have a record number of golfers, sponsors, volunteers and participants today.”

Winners included:
1st Place team: Cole Balderson, Arnold Bennett, Mike Bennett, Bruce Roland.
2nd Place team: Jeff Butler Glenn Miller, Tucker Miller, Frank Socko.
Closest to the pin: David Melugin.
Longest Drive: Tucker Miller and Michele Sealey.

A special moment took place on the 7th hole as David Melugin hit a hole-in-one. Ourisman Automotive sponsored the hole-in-one contests, and Mr. Melugin received a $250 gift card to Pro Shop at Old Hickory.

This year’s Golf Outing sponsors included Action Automotive, Service Master National Capital Restoration, Quantum Real Estate Management, SBG Technology Solutions, Republic Title Inc., Master Roofing and Siding, Hollin Hall Automotive Service Station, Deb and Dick Alderson, Niki and Michael Bennett, Emily and Paul Cooksey, the Gartlan Family, Betty Jean and Gary Hall, Carol and John Horn, Margaret and Tofie Owen, and Sheldon Richman.

About Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services

Since 1974, GSH has been reducing homelessness and enabling self-sufficiency by providing permanent affordable housing, emergency financial services, budget counseling and case management to working families in Fairfax County. Earning numerous accolades for their work, GSH received the 2013 Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management, and was named one of the best nonprofits by the 2018-2019 Greater Washington Catalogue for Philanthropy.