MADISON, Wis. — Local nonprofit Gio’s Garden held its tenth annual golf basic Monday morning to lift cash for youngsters with particular wants and their households.
Despite the gloomy climate, members and supporters gathered at Hawks Landing Golf Club for the occasion.
Geof Brown, the group’s government director, stated they hoped to lift about $30,000.
“Support has been great,” Brown stated. “This has been a successful outing for us, ten years running now and we’re glad that it’s a regular event and so many people are coming out to participate.”
The group, began by News 3 Now’s Charlotte Deleste, gives respite providers for fogeys of children with particular wants no matter their monetary circumstances. Currently, Gio’s Garden helps take care of 85 kids.
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