CHATHAM, NJ - The Greater Lafayette Classic Sponsorship Committee announced that the profit's from this years Greater Lafayette Classic (GLC) will go scholarships for Chatham High School students, the Morristown Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center (in the name of Marla Drury), the Chatham Emergency Squad, the Borough and Township Fire Departments and several other area nonprofits.
Drury was director of development at the Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center in Morristown. She passed away in 2016 from cancer
The Greater Lafayette Classic (GLC) is a New Jersey non-profit corporation supporting area service organizations, charities and those in need. Through its annual golf tournament and the generosity of its supporters and players, the organization has been supporting high school students through scholarships and local charitable and volunteer organizations for over 14 years.
Also, receiving a donation is the ”GoFundMe" campaign established by Kelly and Bill Cody of Chatham to raise funds for the cost of treatment for their 13-year-old son, Will, who has leukemia (https://www.gofundme.com/27tmbcc).
The Chatham Emergency Squad (CES) is an all-volunteer organization comprised of state certified EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) providing emergency support to Chatham residents, visitors and businesses 365 days a year. CES is largely funded by donations. Visit www.chathamemergencysquad.org to donate or learn more.
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