The Consigli Foundation Raises $27,500 for Camp Susan Curtis

PORTLAND, Maine  – The Consigli Foundation’s first Maine Invitational Golf Classic, held on Monday, July 21st at the Woodlands Club in Falmouth raised $27,500 for Camp Susan Curtis.  More than 50 sponsors from Maine’s architecture, engineering and construction community gathered to play golf and support the efforts of The Susan L. Curtis Charitable Foundation’s residential camp and educational program for Maine’s disadvantaged girls and boys, ages 8 to 17.

The Portland office of Consigli Construction Co., Inc., (Consigli) organized the tournament, which also included raffles, putting and hole-n-one contests and a dinner at the world-class golf course. The Consigli Foundation was developed by Consigli to foster partnerships that support local and national organizations, including the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, hunger relief agencies, children’s resources and homeless organizations, among many others.

 

PORTLAND, Maine – July 22, 2014 – The Consigli Foundation’s first Maine Invitational Golf Classic, held on Monday, July 21st at the Woodlands Club in Falmouth raised $27,500 for Camp Susan Curtis.  More than 50 sponsors from Maine’s architecture, engineering and construction community gathered to play golf and support the efforts of The Susan L. Curtis Charitable Foundation’s residential camp and educational program for Maine’s disadvantaged girls and boys, ages 8 to 17.  The Portland office of Consigli Construction Co., Inc., (Consigli) organized the tournament, which also included raffles, putting and hole-n-one contests and a dinner at the world-class golf course. The Consigli Foundation was developed by Consigli to foster partnerships that support local and national organizations, including the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, hunger relief agencies, children’s resources and homeless organizations, among many others.

Matthew Tonello, Portland Area Manager, Consigli Construction Co., Inc. and Melissa Cilley, Executive Director, Camp Susan Curtis Credit: Saba’s Photography