Livermore, CA – Goodfellow Bros., (GBI), a fourth generation, family-owned business with more than 98 years of experience in the heavy civil construction industry, held their Seventh Annual Little Heroes Golf Tournament on Sept. 24th at Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, California, benefiting The Taylor Family Foundation (TTFF).
The event raised $85,000 in funds that will go directly to TTFF, whose mission is to preserve the wellness and enhance the quality of life for children in Northern California living with life-threatening and chronic illnesses, developmental disabilities and youth at-risk through unique therapeutic experiences and support.
More than 130 golfers participated in the fun-filled scramble style tournament that brought together customers, subcontractors, and suppliers to support the cause.
“Without the long-term friendship and support of Goodfellow, TTFF would not have been able to offer many of the programs and respite for so many local children and families. Without a doubt, Goodfellow is a huge part of our village,” said TTFF Co-Founder and President, Elaine Taylor.
GBI, whose mission is to be the contractor of choice by their clients, employees and communities in which they live and work, is no stranger to giving-back.
It has been our extreme privilege to support this wonderful organization for the past 20 years and specifically through the seventh consecutive year of our golf fundraiser,” said California Division President, Brian Gates. “Our partnership with TTFF is one we hold in the highest regard and is just one of the many ways GBI is making our community stronger and improving others’ lives through philanthropy.”
Photo credited to Sherman Chu