MIAMI COUNTY — The Arbogast family recently hosted its third annual Charity Golf Tournament at Troy Country Club. Proceeds of over $23,000 (including a gift from the Arbogast Buick GMC dealership of $10,000) benefit Partners in Hope, Inc. and the more than 1,100 families served by the organization each year.
“It was a beautiful day on the course, and we are honored by the work that was done by Kim, Blake and their staff to make it all possible.” said Jessica Echols, executive director of Partners in Hope.
Following the tournament, an awards and sponsor recognition dinner was held with top honors going to the teams from Akers Packaging, Pure Lawn, and Mulligans Pub.
“The sponsors overwhelmed us with their generosity both before and during the event.” said Echols, adding that the funds raised at this event make a huge difference to programs like their annual Christmas Shop and other relief services.
Partners in Hope, Inc. is a non-profit organization that opened its doors to serve the community in 1990. Throughout its 28-year history, PHI has offered programs of Relief, Education, and Development to families in need. In 2017, programs and services were provided to over 2,400 individuals in Troy and Casstown. Their vision and mission states: “We exist to offer hope … Through our faith as children of God, we build positive relationships and develop partnerships to create an impact on our community.”