Joseph Groh Foundation Announces Newest Golf Tournament in Atlanta
The Joseph Groh Foundation announced the addition of its newest golf tournament benefiting individuals from the construction trades who are living with life altering disabilities.
The Joseph Groh Foundation has announced its newest golf tournament in order to benefit individuals from the construction trade who are living with life altering disabilities.
This tournament will be held on Monday, October 19, 2020 at the Stone Mountain Golf Club in Stone Mountain, Georgia. Details are available on the foundation website’s golf page.
The other golf tournaments for the foundation in 2020 include:
- Dallas – To be rescheduled at the Coyote Ridge Golf Club in Carrollton;
- Minneapolis – Monday, September 14 at the Links at North Fork in Ramsey;
- Chicago – Monday, September 28 at the Highlands of Elgin.
To date, the Joseph Groh foundation has provided $650,000 in grants to individual and 31 states. The grants from the Groh foundation are dedicated exclusively for individuals from the construction trades industry, making them unique in this regard.
The Joseph Groh foundation is dedicated to:
- Providing extensive information for individuals with disabilities and their caregivers through the foundation website links page.
- Providing financial assistance to those connected to the contracting industry who are living with life altering disabilities.
- Advocating for pathways to affordable short/long-term disability insurance for small businesses in the contracting industry.
For more information visit josephgrohfoundation.org.
About The Joseph Groh Foundation
Joe Groh has been active in the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry for the past 35 years. On Father’s Day of 2008, following a day spent with family, Joe decided to go for an aerobic bike ride along the trails of Lake Grapevine. At one point the trail turned sharply left and the front tire of Joe’s mountain bike slid on some sand and off the trail. Joe was thrown headfirst over the handlebars, breaking his neck and damaging his spinal cord at the C-4 vertebra. Knowing that life had suddenly and unalterably changed, Joe vowed to never look back, never give up and to remain positive.
Establishing The Joseph Groh Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-deductible foundation, is Joe’s way of giving back to the construction trades industry by:
- Serving as a clearinghouse of information for those with spinal cord injuries.
- Encouraging companies to offer and employees to purchase short and long-term disability insurance.
- Financially assisting those with a connection to the construction trades industry who are living with a life altering injury or illness.
Learn more about Joe and the foundation at http://www.josephgrohfoundation.org.