Young Agents Raise $38,000 for Homeless Men during Will Weston IV YAC Classic
Georgia's Young Agents Committee (YAC) donates the proceeds from the tournament to a cause or organization chosen by the committee chairman. Mike Davis, 2017-2018 YAC Chairman, selected Trinity Community Ministries and was able to write a check for $38,000 to help support their mission to help homeless men reclaim their lives and return to their families and communities as mentors and leaders. Their facility houses up to 36 men as they transition from lives of addiction and drug abuse and receive the support they need in order to return to their families, their community and ultimately to a better life.
"We are pleased to share that we are able to raise such a tremendous amount for this great cause. The funds earned will contribute a significant portion of Trinity's operating budget and will certainly be used to assist their efforts to make a change in the community," YAC Chairman Mike Davis said following the tournament.
Trinity Community Ministries' services don't just end with assisting those affected by drug and alcohol abuse. As a rising number of veterans find themselves homeless find battling mental and physical health challenges, the organization also launched Trinity Living, a living facility designed to give support to help the men who have served our country.
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