Date: October 6, 2011
Contact: Tracy Lynott – Director, Development
443.702.3016 email: email@example.com
Bello Machre Raises Over $68,000 at its Annual Golf Tournament
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND: Bello Machre raised over $68,000 at its 27th Annual Golf Tournament held September 21, 2011 at Queenstown Harbor benefiting children and adults with developmental disabilities. Dr. Robert Ireland, President and CEO of Bello Machre, stated, “This has been our most successful Golf Tournament to date. We sincerely appreciate the support of our friends in the community who continually come out to support this great tournament.”
Bello Machre salutes its Presenting Sponsor, Gordon Mumpower, President of Commercial Insurance Managers, who donated $10,000. Gordon, who has sponsored this tournament for over 15 years, commented, “I feel honored to be a part of such a wonderful organization and event.”
Commercial Insurance Managers, located in Elkridge, Maryland, has been serving businesses in the Mid-Atlantic area since 1989 specializing in insurance programs for non-profit human service agencies. As a local, independent insurance agency, Commercial Insurance Managers offers a wide range of products including property, liability, professional, workers compensation, medical, and group life and disability insurances. Gordon Mumpower has over 30 years of experience in the industry, holds a master’s of business administration; is a chartered property and casualty underwriter; and is a licensed broker, agent, and advisor.
Bello Machre also salutes it Platinum Sponsor, Shane Ireland and Quinn Salamandra of Corporate Brokers who donated $7,500. Corporate Brokers is a high-quality recruitment organization that offers a full array of scalable, best practice solutions for Permanent and Contract Placement Services, Retained Searches, and Retention and Payroll Services. With six offices located throughout the country, Corporate Brokers is headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland.
Our Gold Sponsors donated $5,000 each and included – Mylon Staton, President and CEO of DataLink Interactive (Millersville, MD), who has now sponsored the tournament for over 10 years; Martin Mintz, Owner and Founder of Northern Pharmacy & Medical Equipment (Baltimore, MD).
The Silver Sponsors donated $2,500 and included: Absolute Fire Protection (Severna Park, MD), Cattail Construction (Severna Park, MD), Comprehensive Developmental Services (Reisterstown, MD), Empire Builders (Annapolis, MD), Jefferson Leasing (Crofton, MD), Joanie Peacock of Champion Realty (Severna Park, MD), PNC Bank (Ellicott City, MD), and Skyline Network Engineering (Glen Burnie, MD).
The Bronze Sponsors donated $1,000 and included: Dimensional Health Care Associates (Owings Mills, MD), Everlast Bathroom Remodeling (Annapolis, MD), Law Offices of Michael D. Steinhardt (Glen Burnie, MD), Mullen, Sondberg, Wimbish & Stone (Annapolis, MD), and Progressive Title Company (Arnold, MD).
Bello Machre had 127 golfers participate in a Captain’s Choice. There was the chance to win a hole-in-one prize of $25,000, the famous Sausage Stop at the 9th hole, and an array of sports memorabilia, home goods, vacation packages and more at the silent auction.
Bello Machre means Home of My Heart in Gaelic. We provide homes and support to children, teens, adults, and seniors with developmental disabilities. More importantly, we enrich the lives of those we serve through loving care, guidance, and opportunity so that they can live life to its fullest. Many of the people we serve live in our 54 community homes located throughout Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Bello Machre also provides help and support to hundreds of children and adults in their own homes. The Ray of Hope Program offers assistance with expenses such as specialized summer camp, physical therapy, and adaptive equipment. Trained and caring staff also provides residential respite care, in your home or ours, during family hospitalizations, emergencies, and vacations—24-hours a day – seven days a week. Bello Machre is there to help with whatever is needed, empowering people with developmental disabilities to live life to its fullest.