Bladen We Care had its most successful golf tournament in its more than 30 year history in June with 72 teams and more than 300 participants playing at River Landing’s two golf courses in Wallace.
The financial support enabled Bladen We Care in September to award several grants to Bladen County organizations that serve residents and assist individuals with health-related needs.
Recipients of this year’s grant are Elf Angels Fund, Paul R. Brown Leadership Academy (School Nurse), Southeastern Crossroads, Bladen Crisis, and Bladen Community College (Nursing Scholarships, EMS & BLET Scholarships, and Equipment for Exercise Health Program), Bladen We Care announced Thursday.
“BWC thanks everyone for the support and looks forward to continuing to serve all our neighbors in Bladen County,” Bladen We Care said in a statement. “Special Thanks to Coca Cola Consolidated and Smithfield Foods for being our presenting sponsors for this year’s (golf) tournament.”
The 2024 golf tournament is scheduled June 6. More information will be released at a later date.
Bladen We Care is a community based, not for profit, foundation governed by a volunteer Board of Directors dedicated to raising and overseeing distribution of funds which will help provide health care and community service in Bladen County. Mac Campbell Jr. is president of Bladen We Care. For more information about the non-profit organization, go to bladenwecare.com.