Driving off the Tee Virtual Campaign

Dear Friends,

Thank you very much for your generosity to our Driving off the Tee virtual campaign that was held on October 5-8, 2020.  Although we were very disappointed we were not able to see everyone in person at our Golf Classic, we are delighted and very, very appreciative of your support of our first-ever virtual initiative. We are pleased to announce the campaign was a success, raising over $77,000 in net proceeds!

Your donations help to support our Sisters so they can live in mission longer, safely and in community with other Sisters. It also contributes to our mission to promote a world that values compassion, empowerment, justice, non-violence and respect for diversity in all people. Although there are fewer Sisters, our dream and passion is to continue to meet the steadily increasing needs of communities in social and spiritual welfare, faith formation, human development and education.

Special thanks to our sponsors and in-kind donors, including:

PREMIER SPONSOR
Ridgewood Foundation in Memory of Bill Donahue

ANGEL OF COMPASSION SPONSORS
Thomas & Linda Devine
Thomas Merkel

EAGLE SPONSOR
George Comfort & Sons, Inc.

GOLF CART SPONSOR
Maureen Medure

GOLF BALL SPONSOR
Mary Ellen Hennessey-Jones

Amodio’s Garden Center, Nursery and Flower Shop and Creative Flowers by Amodios
Fenway Golf Club
The Harrison Wine Vault
The Mansion on Broadway
Nordstrom, NYC

We hope that you will plan to join us next year to honor our Principals,                          Sisters M. Stephen Healey, Marie Cecile Larizza and Mary Alice Reamer on Monday, September 27, 2021.  We are looking forward to a joyous celebration! 

We greatly appreciate your continued support of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion, and will keep you and your family in our prayers!

Sincerely in the Divine Compassion,

Sr. Laura Donovan, RDC                                                                                             
President