CARTERET–Mayor Daniel J. Reiman has announced that the Children’s Charity Trust Fund has organized their 9th annual golf outing at one of New Jersey’s most popular golf courses, to raise funds for scholarships and various children’s programs.
The event will be hosted on May 16, with a continental breakfast and 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at the Meadows at Middlesex of Plainsboro.
“This promises to be a memorable day of fun and competition directly benefiting the children and youth programs of Carteret,” Reiman has said.
The Mayor’s Children’s Charity Trust Fund is a non-profit 501(c)3 charitable organization, established in 2003 to provide Carteret’s children with a monetary resource for education, athletics, and health.
The Children’s Charity Trust Fund has raised funding for scholarships, arts and culture, athletic programs, other charities, and a variety of programs and services that benefit local children. Such events have included the Children’s Charity Carnival, Christmas Festival, Charity Ball and Silent Auction, along a range of Broadway musical shows.
“Our charity has done a lot over the past 9 years to raise funds for children’s programs and scholarships,” Reiman added. “Fundraisers like our golf outing have proven to be engaging for participants and beneficial to the children of Carteret.”
Registration forms can be obtained by calling the Mayor’s Office at 1-732-541-3801.
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