21st Annual Bankruptcy Trustee Golf Tournament
For the benefit of Ardelle Williams Fund for Battered Women
Tuesday, October 17, 2017.
12:30 - 1:30 pm Registration and box lunches.
1:30 pm Shotgun Start
Cost: $140 per player (includes green fees, cart, box lunch, buffet dinner, and 3 drink tickets)
$50 per person for buffet dinner and drink ticket only.
PLEASE SEND A COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM AND PAYMENT TO KATHLEEN CASHMAN-KRAMER ATTORNEY AT LAW TO: 9921 CARMEL MOUNTAIN RD., SUITE 239, SAN DIEGO, CA 92129
See Attached Form: BRC Golf Event Details 2017.pdf
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: BANKRUPTCY T’EE GOLF TOURNAMENT DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS OCTOBER 10, 2017.
SIGN UP THROUGH THE SAN DIEGO BANKRUPTCY FORUM WEBSITE BY CLICKING THE REGISTER LINK ABOVE, AND ALL REGISTRATION INFORMATION AND PAYMENTS WILL BE FORWARDED TO MS. CASHMAN-KRAMER.
For the past 20 years, bankruptcy trustees, professionals, and judges have come together every year for an afternoon of fun and friendship in honor of the late Ardelle Williams. Ardelle, who was a panel bankruptcy trustee in San Diego prior to her passing, was passionate about supporting victims of domestic violence and their children. Ardelle felt particularly strong that domestic violence victims need access to safe and confidential emergency housing for themselves and their children in order to escape their abusers. The annual golf tournament has provided a platform to raise money for local charitable organizations that provide the services to fulfill that need. Today, funds raised by the annual golf tournament benefit the Center for Community Solutions, a San Diego nonprofit agency providing a multitude of services for over 30,000 adults and children who have been subjected to relationship and sexual violence. Through the Project Safehouse and Hidden Valley House programs, CCS offers no-cost, 30-day emergency housing for domestic violence victims and their children. The CCS Next Step program also offers transitional housing for up to 12 months for victims of domestic violence and their children. In addition to housing, CCS also offers victims a variety of legal and social services, including safety planning, food and clothing, CCS legal services, on-site support groups for adults, and children’s counseling, education, and advocacy services. We appreciate your support of the tournament, CCS, and Ardelle’s important legacy. Together we can make a difference.