Centennial, Colorado. July 2, 2018 – The South Metro Denver Chamber held its annual Golf Tournament June 4th at the Meridian Golf Club. This event, which brought together over one hundred golfers and sponsors from the South Denver business community, raised $1,500 for the Warrior Bonfire Program—a local nonprofit that provides services for service members who have been wounded in combat operations.
“The Warrior Bonfire Program provides essential programming that is crucial in assisting our injured veterans to return to civilian life,” said South Metro Denver Chamber President Robert Golden. “It’s an honor and privilege to be able to give back to this valuable member of our community.”
“The golf tournament was fantastic, and we appreciate the support of the South Metro Denver Chamber, the tournament sponsors, and the golfers,” said Mike Foss of the Warrior Bonfire Program. “These funds allow a wounded Warrior to reconnect with his/her brothers and sisters, build a larger network of veterans to reach out to as he/she goes through a lifelong journey of healing and, most importantly, realize Post-Traumatic Growth.”
The Warrior Bonfire Program IS A 501(C)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit that provides programming for service members who have been wounded in combat operations. Programming is structured to provide camaraderie among participants, foster healing, and inspire growth towards new passions and purpose post-military service.