Breaking the Stigma: Fresno Tee Off for Mental Health Golf Tournament Raises Awareness and Supports At-Risk Children and Families

Central Valley Golfers Teeing Off for Mental Health

The inaugural Fresno Tee Off for Mental Health Golf Tournament is taking place on May 17th at Eagle Springs Golf and Country Club in Friant. This event aims to raise awareness about mental health issues, with a portion of the proceeds going back to Fresno nonprofit 4C Children and Family Services. This organization helps at-risk children and families facing challenges in the area of mental health.

Golfers from across the Central Valley are invited to participate in this tournament, which will be hosted by comedian and radio host Andre Covington. He has personal experiences with mental health struggles in his family and believes that by talking openly about these issues, it helps to break the stigma and create a supportive community.

Event coordinator Kina McFadden emphasizes the importance of supporting mental health organizations that make a difference in the community. She believes that organizations like 4C Children and Family Services provide vital support and encouragement to those who are facing mental health challenges. Registration and sponsorship opportunities are still available on the event’s website.

By participating in this tournament, golfers can contribute to a cause that impacts many individuals and families in the Central Valley. It serves as a reminder that mental health is an essential part of overall well-being, and supporting mental health organizations can make a significant difference in the lives of those who are struggling. Follow Amanda Aguilar on social media for news updates and further information about the tournament.

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