The Courage Kenny Golf Challenge raised more than $123,000, according to ABRA Auto Body & Glass. Proceeds from the event will be used to fund sports and recreation programs at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
The Golf Challenge, presented by ABRA, took place on August 31 at Hazeltine National Golf Course in Chaska, Minn. More than 100 participants were on hand to play golf and show their support.
More than 500 people each year participate in the Institute’s adaptive sports and recreation activities.
“We are truly grateful for the long-standing and significant support that ABRA has shown us. These activities would not be available without the generosity of partners like ABRA,” says Rose Adams, development manager of the Courage Kenny Foundation.
ABRA has been a major partner of Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute for many years.
“The work this organization does in our community is remarkable,” says Duane Rouse, ABRA’s president and CEO. “We look forward to this event each year and the many lives that are touched as a result.”