Oct 22, 2013 3:15 PM by KSBY News

Chumash Charity Golf Classic raises money for non-profit organizations

The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation announced Tuesday it raised $105,000 at the ninth annual Chumash Charity Golf Classic. That money is being divided evenly between three non-profits. Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara County (CASA), Dream Foundation, and Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation have each been awarded $35,000. CASA is an organization that aims to help youth in the foster care system find permanent homes quickly. The Dream Foundation's goal is to enhance the quality of life for victims with life-threatening illnesses by granting their final wishes. The Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation provides financial and emotional support for families who have children living with cancer. The ninth annual Chumash Charity Golf Classic was held in August at the Alisal River Course and included a raffle and silent auction.



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