July 30 business briefs
Golf tournament raises $145,000 for HOPE fund
The HOPE for Children Charity Golf Classic raised more than $145,000 for Providence Newberg Health Foundations HOPE for Children Fund during the July 21 tournament. The fund supports children with special medical needs in Yamhill and southwest Washington counties. The event was sponsored by Integra.
Integra has been a proud sponsor of the HOPE for Children Charity Golf Classic for several years and were grateful for the positive impact it continues to make for local children with disabilities, said Joseph Harding, the companys chief marketing officer.
So far, more than $1.3 million has been raised for the HOPE fund.
Were very pleased to continue this valuable partnership, because it yields life-changing benefits for Yamhill County children with special needs, said Diana Fisher, executive director of Providence Newberg Health Foundation.
Homeland Security grants benefit local departments
The Yamhill County Board of Commissioners approved four U.S. Department of Homeland Security grant applications at its July 24 meeting. The four applications allot $135,820 for a communications system upgrade for the county, $205,750 for radios for the Newberg-Dundee police, $184,175 for radios for the Newberg Fire Department and $20,000 for the outfitting of a Carlton Police Department mobile command center.