Golfers “Tee It Up” for Zach’s Place

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November 17, 2020: Colorado Springs, CO: Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) Zach’s Place childcare center is grateful to receive a check from Unified Title Company totaling $10,000! The money was raised by the Unified Title Company staff and supporters during its 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Perry Park Country Club in Larkspur on September 14th.  

“They truly care with an amazing group of people.  We love partnering with them,” says Brian Cooper, Unified Title President.  The funds will help children, families and caregivers afford valuable respite care at Zach’s Place center, SKSF’s founding program.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament took on a different look and feel but the goal was the same; to raise much needed funds for Zach’s Place. Participants enjoyed a leisurely day of golf and box lunches were provided by Aaron Horn with Cushman & Wakefield Colorado Springs Commercial Real Estate. “We weren’t sure there was even going to be a tournament this year. We were so pleased with the turnout and overjoyed at the success of this event,” said Jon Karroll, SKSF Development & Communications Manager.

Zach’s Place at the Laurie Hillyard Family Center, located at 4795 Granby Circle in Colorado Springs, is one of only two licensed day care providers in the state of Colorado with the focus and training to provide both respite and day care for children with intellectual, physical and emotional disabilities. For more information contact Special Kids Special Families at (719) 447-8983 or visit online SKSFcolorado.org.

back row – SKSF staff members with (front row L to R); Angie Cooper, SKSF Executive Director, Linda Ellegard & Brian Cooper, President Unified Title
Jon Karroll, SKSF Development & Communications Manager with Sarah Kelso, SKSF Board Member at Perry Park Country Club Golf Tournament