Golfing for a good cause: BENTELER charity tournament

Shreveport, May 02, 2024. BENTELER Steel/Tube held this year's charity golf tournament on April 26th. The venue chosen by the company was the Golf Club at StoneBridge’s beautiful 18-hole course in North Bossier, close to the city of Shreveport, where the company operates a steel tube mill. It was the third time that BENTELER invited people to play golf for a good cause.

A total of USD 49,361 was raised through registration fees and sponsorship contributions together with donations in kind. The company donated all of the proceeds to Providence House, a social service organization that BENTELER Steel/Tube has supported in a variety of ways for many years. Providence House, located in downtown Shreveport, provides services to homeless families with children and families at risk of homelessness.

Denise Reynolds, Tournament Committee Chair and Executive Assistant at BENTELER Steel/Tube Shreveport said, “This tournament is not just about raising funds. It’s also about raising awareness of the impact of homelessness in our community. We recognize and appreciate the great work Providence House does for homeless families and will continue to support its mission in the long term.”

Providence House has been committed to helping those in need for 36 years. “We are focused on a single mission: breaking the cycle of homelessness,” says Verni Howard, Executive Director of Providence House. “Food, clothing and shelter alone will not achieve this goal. That's why education and workforce development are at the center of all Providence House’s efforts. The support of corporate partners like BENTELER Steel/Tube helps make great things happen!”

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