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The Misty Holt-Singh Memorial Golf Tournament was started in 2014 by Tim and Heather Rubino as a way to help the Singh family with expenses incurred after Misty’s tragic passing. However, after the overwhelming response from the community, Misty’s Husband Paul and the tournament organizers chose to continue Misty’s legacy by holding an annual tournament.
Through our fundraising efforts, we have been able to donate $12,000 in 2015, $20,000 in 2016, $21,000 in 2017, and $30,000 in 2018 to the Victims of Violent Crimes (VOVC) of San Joaquin County, which is an organization dedicated to helping victims of violent crimes and their family members. In addition to helping victims and their families, VOVC has been able to donate to The Child Abuse Prevention Council, Kelly’s Angels, OWL Movement (angel mothers), Haven of Peace and The Every 15 Minute program with the proceeds raised by this generous community. In 2017, with the funds raised from this tournament VOVC was able to provide financial assistance to Cameron Allison’s family, the Lincoln High School Student killed by a drunk driver and the Terlouw Family, who’s sister was tragically murdered, among countless others.
Additionally, in 2016 we were able to donate $2,000 to Cleveland Elementary School to assist with purchasing school supplies for under privileged children. In 2017, we were fortunate enough to donate $1,000 to National Brotherhood of Skiers which provides skiing lessons to underprivileged kids.
Our goal is simple — we want to continue to exceed the previous year’s donation amount as all of the proceeds go straight back to our community.
It is the hope of the Singh Family that those who suffer as result of violent crime will be given the helping hand that was offered so generously to them by this wonderful community.