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Eastern Industrial Supplies Inc. is proud to announce that the Ninth Annual Eastern Cares Charity Classic has been scheduled for Oct. 10, 2022 at the Saluda Valley Country Club in Williamston, South Carolina. This year Eastern Industrial Supplies is covering the cost of all tournament expenses up front, so every single dollar from sponsorships and player fees will go directly to Daily Bread Life Children's Home and Bread of Life Secondary School in Tanzania, Africa.
The cost to register is $175 per player or $700 for a team of four. Check-in at the Saluda Valley Country Club, located at 598 Beaverdam Road, Williamston will open at 11 a.m., Oct. 10, 2022. The tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Each player gets one mulligan and one red tee.
Boxed lunches will be provided at noon. Drinks, snacks, and dinner will also be offered. Awards will be given for first, second, and third place teams, as well as longest drive and closest to the pin. Donations to be used in prize packages are welcome and appreciated.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available, ranging from $300 to $10,000. Contact Mary Jean Rackley if you are interested in becoming a sponsor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 864-284-3953.
Registration for sponsors and players will close on Sept. 30, 2022.
"Last year's proceeds, after all tournament expenses, totaled more than $72,000 and was a huge blessing for Daily Bread Life Children's Home. This year, with Eastern covering all expenses up front, we are hopeful to raise even more money to benefit the children in Tanzania," said Eastern Cares Director David Kay.
Helping Children in Tanzania
In 2006, Eastern Cares partnered with Teleios Ministries and Mpeli and Neema Mwaisambe to open the Daily Bread Life Children's Home in Iringa, Tanzania, bringing Eastern Industrial CEO Kip Miller and wife Kim Miller's dream of building an orphanage to life.
DBLCH has since provided a loving home and an education to more than 130 children, led to the creation of seven businesses that provide more than four dozen jobs, as well as goods and services to the village.