wild mayhem golf tournament check presentation

The Honor Project's check presentation to PAALS and ColaJazz Foundation. Photo provided.

The Honor Project's fifth annual WildMayhem Golf Tournament was held Oct. 24 at Cobblestone Park Golf Club in Blythewood. The tournament raised $25,232.02 for two local charities. This year's recipients were the ColaJazz Foundation and PAALS - Palmetto Animal Assisted Life Services. Proceeds were equally divided between the two foundations.

The check presentation was held at J’s Corner in November. Owner and founder of PAALS, Jen Rogers, along with the owner/founder of ColaJazz Foundation, Mark Rapp, were present to accept the donations.

Executive Director Parris Claytor Balazs said everyone was thrilled this year's donation pushed the collective amount raised by the Honor Project for local charities over the $100,000 mark.

“Each year, The Honor Project has selected up to three charities of diverse foundational backgrounds. Over the years, the Honor Project has supported breast cancer research, Special Olympics, first responders, in-patient hospitalized children, the autism society, and more, and we were so grateful this year to be able to support our furry friends as PAALS and the ColaJazz Foundation Outreach Program. The tournament was a huge success. Thank you to our many industry partners , friends and loved ones who have helped support such amazing causes."

In the fall of 2015, The Honor Project introduced its first 'WildMayhem Charitable Golf Tournament, Raffle and Auction.' The organization has continued to host the tournament, choosing different non-profits to accept the donations each year.

Founded by Edward G. McDonnell in 2015, The Honor Project, LLC is a non-profit, 501c3 organization created for the purpose of making grants to various charities to improve communities and empower citizens. All contributions made to The Honor Project are 100 percent tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law. (Tax ID: 46-3783155).

Find out more information about PAALS and the ColaJazz Foundation here.

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