Madison Club Invitational Golf Tournament Wins Big Money for Charity • Good Non Profit

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Andy Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Mark Wahlberg, Dudum JJ, Mike Meldman, Justin Thomas_Randy O RourkeDiscovery Land Co.

The 12th Annual Madison Club Professional golfers Phil Mickelson, Justin Thomas, Pat Perez and Jason Dufner, as well as Mark Wahlberg, Andy Garcia and Ray Romano have raised almost $ 1 million to support charities like SafeHouse, the children's village, HOPE Farm, Love146, etc.

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And this is just one of the many events Discovery Land Company Foundation (DLCF) helps to help nearby communities Discovery Land Company Properties. Children placed in shelters or in foster homes and those in need of education, medical care or other useful services benefit from the DLCF 's main assistance. The foundation is seeking new territories, members and friends to join this mission to help children in need. Each donation provides direct positive results and opportunities for children.

Michael S. Meldman, CEO of Discovery Land Company, said, "What we do here, we have two or three a year, we really have a real impact on a lot of people. What I have always said about the foundation that impresses me the most, and probably the most proud of it, is the impact we have on children. I always say that you know that you build the real estate company brick by brick. You have to deal with businesses step by step, but you save the world with one child at a time. We have real children who, since we were old, have seen them grow and we have supported them. They are now active adults who would never have had the chance to do so. So for me, this is the most important and most significant part of it all. I am really proud and very grateful. "

The Madison ClubDiscover Land Co.

Meanwhile, the Madison Club is the most exclusive private residential community in La Quinta, California, offering the finest golf and club facilities in an intimate and sophisticated setting. And he is known for his understated sophistication, privacy, and understated luxury. But like all Discovery properties, they are never stuffy. And this tournament, which began with a tic-tac-toe duel between Phil Mickelson and Justin Thomas – featuring Meldman's face on the middle square – is a perfect example of Discovery's special luxury.

Mickelson started the game. He called down right, hit, then called up left and hit. Thomas missed his call, which led Mickelson to call (and score) the winning shot – Meldman's face. But everything is fun and for very good causes.

"The foundation is located in areas around the Discovery properties, and we address a variety of child and family service needs," said DLCF Director Christy Nichols. "We are introducing excellent charities to our members and friends, who are incredibly generous and love to support the local community with us. The staff of each club is distinguished by its spirit of work that allows it to achieve this goal and introduce us to the great charities they know in the region. "

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"These children do not ask for material things to be handed to them, they ask for experiences and are heard," says Nichols. "Often, these young people face family crises and do not have access to experiences that help them mature in a positive way. All children want to celebrate their own identity, but they must first discover it. "

The DLCF donates to trusted charities that provide stable, secure long-term care, parenting personalities and tangible opportunities for each child to define and achieve their own life goals. DLCF finances solutions to the many difficulties faced by abandoned children, orphans and orphans. These children have been victims of abuse, neglect, lack of educational resources, separation from siblings and frequent moves to various homes. When they arrive at the age of 18, they have few, if any, options at all. DLCF supports children from all age groups, from early childhood to adulthood, through a dynamic and consistent system of resources and opportunities.

The DLCF donates to trusted charities that provide stable, secure long-term care, parenting personalities and tangible opportunities for each child to define and achieve their own life goals. DLCF finances solutions to the many difficulties faced by abandoned children, orphans and orphans. These children have been victims of abuse, neglect, lack of educational resources, separation from siblings and frequent moves to various homes. When they arrive at the age of 18, they have few, if any, options at all. DLCF supports children from all age groups, from early childhood to adulthood, through a dynamic and consistent system of resources and opportunities.

The DLCF announced its Life Pursuits program in 2014, dedicated to funding opportunities for youth from our communities to participate in camps, be part of sports teams, gain professional skills, participate in leadership training and have access to environmental and artistic education. The director of life's pursuit, Hunter Meldman, has coached children in sports, provided school supplies and athletic equipment, mentored youth as part of summer programs and created diverse opportunities for the children.

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(Right) Andy Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Mark Wahlberg, JJ Dudum, Meldman Mike, Justin Thomas_Randy O 'RourkeDiscovery Land Co.

The 12th annual Madison Club Professional golfers Phil Mickelson, Justin Thomas, Pat Perez and Jason Dufner, as well as Mark Wahlberg, Andy Garcia and Ray Romano have raised almost $ 1 million to support charities like SafeHouse, the children's village, HOPE Farm, Love146, etc.

ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER ADVERTISING

And this is just one of the many events Discovery Land Company Foundation (DLCF) helps to help nearby communities Discovery Land Company Properties. Children placed in shelters or in foster homes and those in need of education, medical care or other useful services benefit from the DLCF 's main assistance. The foundation is seeking new territories, members and friends to join this mission to help children in need. Each donation provides direct positive results and opportunities for children.

Michael S. Meldman, CEO of Discovery Land Company, said, "What we do here, we have two or three a year, we really have a real impact on a lot of people. What I have always said about the foundation that impresses me the most, and probably the most proud of it, is the impact we have on children. I always say that you know that you build the real estate company brick by brick. You have to deal with businesses step by step, but you save the world with one child at a time. We have real children who, since we were old, have seen them grow and we have supported them. They are now active adults who would never have had the chance to do so. So for me, this is the most important and most significant part of it all. I am really proud and very grateful. "

The Madison ClubDiscover Land Co.

Meanwhile, the Madison Club is the most exclusive private residential community in La Quinta, California, offering the finest golf and club facilities in an intimate and sophisticated setting. And he is known for his understated sophistication, privacy, and understated luxury. But like all Discovery properties, they are never stuffy. And this tournament, which began with a tic-tac-toe duel between Phil Mickelson and Justin Thomas – featuring Meldman's face on the middle square – is a perfect example of Discovery's special luxury.

Mickelson started the game. He called down right, hit, then called up left and hit. Thomas missed his call, which led Mickelson to call (and score) the winning shot – Meldman's face. But everything is fun and for very good causes.

"The foundation is located in areas around the Discovery properties, and we address a variety of child and family service needs," said DLCF Director Christy Nichols. "We are introducing excellent charities to our members and friends, who are incredibly generous and love to support the local community with us. The staff of each club is distinguished by its spirit of work that allows it to achieve this goal and introduce us to the great charities they know in the region. "

ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER ADVERTISING

"These children do not ask for material things to be handed to them, they ask for experiences and are heard," says Nichols. "Often, these young people face family crises and do not have access to experiences that help them mature in a positive way. All children want to celebrate their own identity, but they must first discover it. "

The DLCF donates to trusted charities that provide stable, secure long-term care, parenting personalities and tangible opportunities for each child to define and achieve their own life goals. DLCF finances solutions to the many difficulties faced by abandoned children, orphans and orphans. These children have been victims of abuse, neglect, lack of educational resources, separation from siblings and frequent moves to various homes. When they arrive at the age of 18, they have few, if any, options at all. DLCF supports children from all age groups, from early childhood to adulthood, through a dynamic and consistent system of resources and opportunities.

The DLCF donates to trusted charities that provide stable, secure long-term care, parenting personalities and tangible opportunities for each child to define and achieve their own life goals. DLCF finances solutions to the many difficulties faced by abandoned children, orphans and orphans. These children have been victims of abuse, neglect, lack of educational resources, separation from siblings and frequent moves to various homes. When they arrive at the age of 18, they have few, if any, options at all. DLCF supports children from all age groups, from early childhood to adulthood, through a dynamic and consistent system of resources and opportunities.

The DLCF announced its Life Pursuits program in 2014, dedicated to funding opportunities for youth from our communities to participate in camps, be part of sports teams, gain professional skills, participate in leadership training and have access to environmental and artistic education. The director of life's pursuit, Hunter Meldman, has coached children in sports, provided school supplies and athletic equipment, mentored youth as part of summer programs and created diverse opportunities for the children.