A big Thank You goes out to everyone that joined us in the "Knock it for Nathan" Golf Tournament!
Capitol City Homes hosted its fourth annual charity golf tournament at Heritage Golf Club on Sept. 26, 2019. The tournament raised $43,750 for Nathan Irving, a 6-year-old kindergartner at Vandora Springs Elementary School in Garner. Nathan was diagnosed in the spring of 2019 with Perthes disease, an extremely rare childhood condition. Perthes causes the hip to deteriorate due to loss of blood flow.
"This tournament gave us hope in a time where everything seems hard," said Amy Irving, Nathan's mother. "Our family cannot thank Capitol City Homes, the participants and sponsors enough for organizing this incredible fundraiser to help us fight Nathan's battle."
More than 135 golfers and 53-hole sponsors participated this year. To date, the charity golf tournament has raised over $100,000 for local families in the fight against childhood diseases.
"Watching this tournament grow over the past four years is a true testament to the efforts of our team, our sponsors and community," said Jason Morrow and Trey McDonald, Capitol City Homes Managing Partners. "We are grateful for everyone's support in putting on this tournament to help a deserving family."
All proceeds from the golf tournament will help offset Nathan's medical costs.
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Check back with us next year. We'll be working hard to help another local family!