The Honor Project raises nearly $26,000 for local charities at WildMayhem Golf Tournament
The Honor Project was able to raise nearly $26,000 for its 2018 beneficiaries.
The Honor Project’s fourth Annual WildMayhem Golf Tournament took place September 6 at Cobblestone Park Golf Club. This year’s tournament benefited two local charities: Happy Wheels, a non-profit organization providing books and toys for inpatient children, and the South Carolina Autism Society, a charitable organization promoting solutions for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.
Together with friends, family and industry partners, The Honor Project was able to raise nearly $26,000 for its 2018 beneficiaries. Each charity was presented with a donation check for $12,988.29 on October 23 at J’s Corner Restaurant and Bar on Rosewood Drive.
In the fall of 2015, The Honor Project introduced its first ‘WildMayhem Charitable Golf Tournament, Raffle and Auction,’ which took place at Cobblestone Park Golf Club in Blythewood. The event directly benefited the South Carolina Special Olympics, with proceeds exceeding $20,500.
One year later, the Honor Project’s second annual WildMayhem Golf Tournament equally benefited the South Carolina Special Olympics and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Both organizations received donation checks for over $9,600.
The Honor Project’s third annual tournament rescheduled twice due to severe inclement weather, and took place on November 8. Even with two postponements, the tournament was still a success, raising a total of $26,606.37 to benefit affiliated charities of local first responders: The Columbia Police Foundation, the South Carolina EMS Memorial Bike Ride and the Columbia Fire Family Association.
To date, over the course of four years, The Honor Project has collectively donated over $94,000 to charity.