BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Habitat for Humanity of Westchester will be hosting its 12th annual “Build a House” Golf Challenge, a Liberty Mutual Invitational, at Siwanoy Country Club on Tuesday, Sept. 30.
About 100 golfers are expected to participate this year as they honor Kevin Keane, managing partner at O’Connor Davies.
Keane is being honored for his community involvement, as he dedicates much of his time to community affairs and serves on boards and finance committees of various not-for-profit organizations and clubs.
Keane’s involvement includes supporting the endeavors of Archbishop Stepinac High School, the Westchester Community College Foundation, the John A. Coleman School of the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center, Lititz Watch Technicum and the Irish Arts Center.
“I am honored to be recognized by Habitat for Humanity of Westchester and am proud of my long-standing relationship and support of the organization.” said Keane.
"It is extremely rewarding to assist in providing housing solutions to families in need and to our veterans, who have dedicated so much and put their lives on the line for us."
The outing is part of a series of Liberty Mutual sponsored Invitationals that will raise over $5 million for charity this year and has raised well over $130 million for charity over the life of the program.
Golfers will have the chance to win golf accessories from TaylorMade, Adidas, Polaroid and Sports Vision Eyewear. Mercedes Benz of White Plains will once again provide a one-year lease giveaway.
“This is particularly important as we build homes for veterans,” says Jim Killoran, executive director of
Habitat for Humanity of Westchester, “Kevin has been a champion for us for many years. He has had his company volunteer ... and has shown his love for Habitat and veterans time and again.”
For sponsorship, tickets or information call 914-747-0519 or email email@example.com.
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