July 26, 2017
The Epstein Community Foundation (ECF), the charitable arm of Epstein, will be hosting its 5###sup/sup### Annual Golf Outing on Friday, September 8th. This year, the event is being moved to Orchard Valley Golf Course, in Aurora, Illinois, a course that has been ranked as one of the Top #10 public courses in Illinois, to provide an improved experience for our participants.
2016 - ECF 4th Annual Golf Outing
Last years ECF Golf Outing was a huge success due to the ECFs amazing sponsors who helped the foundation raise $27,000 which was used to help fund scholarships and grants in the community, and the ECF hopes the event on the September 8th will be an even bigger success.
This year, the ECF is raising money for three amazing nonprofit organizations, Rebuilding Together, ACE Mentor Program Chicago, and Designs4Dignity. The ECF also plans to award $10,000 in grants to an additional charitable organization in need of funding this fall.
For more information on the Golf Outing, how you can help as well as attend please visit - https://www.epsteincommunityfo...
About the Epstein Community Foundation
The Epstein Community Foundation (ECF) is a charity that was founded in 2008 by Epstein employees with the goal of developing a partnership with communities to empower people to improve their lives.
ECF collaborates with local organizations to construct safe environments and mentor communities. This is achieved through volunteering time, sharing expertise, and contributing financially to help build a brighter future.
About Rebuilding Together
2017 ECF-Rebuilding Together Work Day
Rebuilding Together is a national organization dedicated to providing critical home repairs, modifications and improvements for low-income homeowners. Collectively, Rebuilding Together affiliates has completed work on more than 100,000 homes and engaged 3.4 million volunteers to deliver $1.3 billion in market value since its founding in 1988.
About ACE Mentor Program Chicago
2016-2017 ECF-ACE Mentor Program Chicago
ACE is a unique partnership among industry professionals architects, interior designers, engineers, construction managers, college and university representatives, and other affiliated organizations- who work together to attract young people to their professions.
Designs for Dignity transforms nonprofit environments through pro bono design services and in-kind donations empowering lives through design. We harness the combined power of pro bono design and construction talent and donated materials to breathe new life into existing nonprofit spaces giving them the platform from which they can better serve individuals in their focus mission. We collaboratively design human-centric spaces rooted in the needs of each organization.