Soccer tournament scores for Ann Davis

Chilliwack's Impact 7 Soccer Tournament Fundraiser raised an incredible amount to donate to Ann Davis Transition Society.

Impact Soccer Tournament organizer Sarah Oostenbrink presents more than $27

Ann Davis Transition Society (ADTS) is the grateful recipient of a generous donation from the Impact 7 Soccer Tournament Fundraiser.

The well-attended tournament was held last Saturday, May 21, organized by Sarah Oostenbrink.

At the end of the day, event organizer Sarah Oostenbrink presented a $29,500 cheque to Transition House Program Director Shelley Bolan and  Executive Director Patti MacAhonic.

“This very generous donation will make a big difference for many,” Bolan said, moved by the generosity. “Even small amounts of service to people can provide big shifts and improve their lives going forward.”

Ann Davis Transition Society provides education, prevention and support services to those affected by abuse or violence. Their vision is to see communities free of violence and abuse.

The tournament donation will be allocated to their children’s services, assisting some of the most vulnerable people in our community.

“On behalf of the over 3,000 clients we serve we cannot thank this group and the generous sponsors enough for choosing Ann Davis Transition Society for their charity this year,” MacAhonic said.

Learn more about ADTS at anndavis.org. More information about the tournament is available at impactsoccertournament.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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