Sign Up Today for our DiMatteo Family Charitable Foundation Golf Event

                        

 

Take the time today to sign up for our Annual DiMatteo Family Charitable Foundation Golf Event on August 21st at the Oronoque Country Club in Straford, CT.  Proceeds to benefit: Boys & Girls Club of Lower Naugatuck Valley, Make a Wish Foundation, and Valley Community Foundation.  Click here to register.

 

 

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DiMatteo Family Charitable Foundation

The DiMatteo Family Charitable Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization registered in 2005 in Connecticut.  Our goal is to raise funds primarily through our annual golf tournament.  These funds are distributed to various local charities.  We will distribute 100% of the proceeds to charity each year and will provide the volunteers for the organization of the event thereby maximizing our gross proceeds.

Annual Golf Tournament

Our mission is to provife funding to organizations who are dedicated to research, educatiion, and hopefully, finding a cure for diseases that have touched the lives of our friends, families, clients an staff, we have expanded our scope to include the needs of those in our community.  Over the eight years that we have had the Golf Tournament, we have raised over $225,000 for various well-known local and national charities.

Among the charities receiving proceeds:

Homes for the Brave Female Soldiers/Forgotten Heroes - The first community based transitional home dedicated to homeless female veterans and their children less than five years of age in Connecticut.

Spooner House - Operate by Area Congregations Together with the mission of providing food, shelter, and support to people in need.

St. Vincent's Swim Across the Sound - dedicated to improving access for cancer screening and preventions programs.  It also is committed to educating the public on how to minimize their risks for cancer and improve their chances of surviving the disease.

American Heart Assocation - Their mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular disease and stroke. 

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