YORK, Pa.—Rutter’s Children’s Charities announced that its 21st Annual Charity Golf Outing, held on May 1 and 2, raised over $880,000 to benefit local charities. This marks the largest amount raised at the outing since its inception.
This year, Ed Reed, a former NFL star, made a guest appearance. To thank him for his support, Rutter’s Children’s Charities donated $75,000 to the Ed Reed Foundation, which provides character-building opportunities to at-risk youth.
The event was held at the Country Club of York, located in York, Pennsylvania, and included the participation of over 140 different vendors, suppliers and partners. Funds raised from the charity outing will help support Rutter’s Children’s Charities various giving programs and initiatives throughout 2023.
“We’re extremely grateful to Rutter’s suppliers and partners for their outstanding support of Rutter’s Children’s Charities 21st annual outing,” said Chris Hartman, president of Rutter’s Children’s Charities. “As always, all of their generous donations will help benefit local children and charitable organizations throughout our communities.”
The annual two-day golf event began in 2003 and has helped Rutter’s Children’s Charities raise over $4.7 million to support local children’s charities in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia over the past 21 years.