Capitol City Homes hosted its third annual charity golf tournament at Heritage Golf Club Sept. 27th. The tournament raised $31,346 for Kohlton Myers, a 14-year-old from Wake Forest with Acute Myeloid Leukemia.
Kohlton was diagnosed last spring and is undergoing treatment at UNC Children’s Hospital. All proceeds from the CCH golf tournament will help offset Kohlton’s medical costs.
“Our family cannot thank Capitol City Homes, the participants and sponsors enough for organizing this incredible fundraiser to help us fight Kohlton’s battle,” said Pat Myers, Kohlton’s dad. “This has truly been a blessing to witness our community coming together to support our family.”
The first CCH charity golf tournament in 2016 raised more than $17,500 for a teenager with a rare form of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Last year, CCH’s second charity golf tournament raised $28,000 for a young cancer patient. More than 135 golfers participated this year.
“Watching this tournament grow over the past three years is a true testament to the efforts of our team, our sponsors and community,” said Jason Morrow, Capitol City Homes Managing Partner. “We are grateful for everyone’s support in putting on this tournament to help a deserving family.”
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