The Inter-Company Marketing Group (ICMG) announced that its annual charitable golf tournament, held at Trump National Doral in Miami, has set records both in the number of golfers, as well as the amount raised for charity. For the fifth consecutive year, ICMG partnered with Katalis Foundation for the golf event, and was the kick off event for the conference.
The ICMG Annual Conference is the insurance industry's unmatched networking opportunity, where top-level executives and insurance industry thought leaders gather knowing the entire event is designed to help them build their businesses by fostering relationships and developing strategic alliances.
Indianapolis-based Katalis Foundation uses innovative programming, strategic partnerships, and community-level investment to encourage positive change and sustainable development in Haiti. Speaking to the partnership with ICMG, Sarah Fuchs-Voit, executive director of Katalis Foundation said, “Once again this year, we are thrilled to partner with ICMG for this signature event. The proceeds drive the work we can do in providing life-changing opportunities to young people in Haiti. Partnering with ICMG continues to be an exciting way for us to grow that impact.”
The one hundred twenty golfers who participated in the event, along with the generous sponsors, generated nearly $50,000. Also benefitting from those funds is Lifesong for Orphans, an organization that seeks to mobilize the Church to care for orphans, where each member can provide a unique and special service: some to adopt, some to care, some to give. Lifesong for Orphans supports children through global orphan care ministries, Christian adoptive families, and foster care initiatives.
Larry Sigle, ICMG executive director, said, “The ICMG leadership team appreciates the support our attendees have for the Charity Golf Event benefiting Katalis Foundation and Lifesong for Orphans. The event was a great way to start off the ICMG Annual Conference.”