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Topgolf Fundraiser Recap

Posted on: December 5, 2018

Dollar Energy Fund’s Topgolf Fundraiser raised $12,210, including a dollar-for-dollar match from Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania, to benefit customers in need. The amount raised will provide gas assistance to approximately 35 households who are struggling to stay warm this winter.

We welcomed 80 golfers to Topgolf Pittsburgh in Bridgeville, PA on Thursday, November 29, 2018. The day started at 1 p.m. with registration. Golfers quickly set out to their bays to begin play. The staff at Topgolf worked diligently to provide golfers with drinks and instructions on how to play a variety of Topgolf games. Guests also enjoyed a delicious lunch buffet, networked with friends and won door prizes.

This event was made possible through a partnership with Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania. We are very grateful for their ongoing support in helping the community. Dollar Energy Fund also wants to thank everyone who helped with this fundraiser, especially our golfers who turned out to support their neighbors in need. Thank you to all of our event sponsors, including Bob Scullion & Associates, Pittsburgh Technical College, Enscoe Long Insurance Group, Mass Mutual Pittsburgh, Baron Heating & Air Conditioning, Kelly Services, Fort Pitt Capital Group, Burns White, AEC Group, the Pittsburgh Penguins and Aflac. Their involvement was an integral part of making our event a success, and it goes a long way towards helping the families we serve. Our efforts would not be possible without their support and generosity. We are also grateful to everyone at Topgolf Pittsburgh for their excellent service and accommodations.

At Dollar Energy Fund, we always encourage our supporters to have fun while raising money for families and individuals who are on their path to self-sufficiency. Stay tuned for future events by following us on Facebook and Twitter, or sign up for our monthly newsletter.

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