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CAP COM Cares Foundation Golf Tournament Sets Fundraising Record for the Second Year in a Row 



ALBANY – CAP COM Federal Credit Union and its charitable giving arm, the CAP COM Cares Foundation, hosted their annual charity golf tournament Monday, June 6 at Saratoga National Golf Course. This year marked the 27th annual fundraiser which hosted 184 golfers and raised $158,980, a new record for the tournament. Funds raised are distributed to dozens of local nonprofits through grants and other signature giving programs throughout the year.

CAP COM extends a huge “Thank You” to Premier Sponsors CUNA Mutual Group and Allied Solutions. Keepsake Partners, Lecce Arcodia, and BBL also participated in the tournament and provided giveaways to each of the attendees.

Additional top sponsorship support came from Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC, Brown and Brown of NY, Coccadotts, CSEA, Enact, Executive Electric LLC, Exit 9 Wine & Liquor Warehouse, General Control Systems, Harris Beach, PLLC, Hoffman Development Group, Janitronics, Jankow Companies, kerr deVoe, Lavelle & Finn, LSI, NCR, PNJ Technology Partners, Presidio, Salesforce, Siena College, The Hodorowski Group, WCGS Architects, Whiteman Osterman & Hanna & Whittaker Appraisal Group.

“On behalf of the CAP COM Cares Foundation Board, we want to express our immense gratitude to the sponsors and golfers who supported our tournament this year. This tournament is an example of the tremendous impact we can have on our community when we lock arms and give collectively.” stated Chris McKenna, President and CEO, CAP COM. “The outing allows the team of the CAP COM Cares Foundation to best serve our nonprofit partners who are doing the work that makes a difference in the lives of families and individuals who need it most.”

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