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Chris McIntosh

781-876-4141

Baystate Financial is quite proud of the work of the Charitable Foundation, as it is rare for a company of Baystate’s size to have a structured program for charitable giving.  We support about 40 different nonprofit’s each year and are always looking to help nonprofits that are generating positive outcomes in the community.

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BFCF relies on fundraising through events like “The Annual Charity Golf Classic,” along with donations from corporations, individuals, businesses, and the community.  

We hope you will join us in our commitment to help better the lives of children. 

ABOUT THE EVENT

Founded in 1999, the Baystate Financial Charitable Foundation (BFCF) is committed to supporting existing community based children’s charities in New England. Our goal is to raise money and awareness in order to make an impactful difference in the day to day lives of children. The BFCF relies on fundraising through events including The Annual Charity Golf Classic along with donations from corporations, individuals, businesses and the community.

 

To date this tournament has raised in excess of $2.0 million dollars for local organizations and kids. We hope you will join us in our commitment to help better the lives of children in New England.

While we are proud to help you plan for a better future, we are also proud to take our talent and knowledge into less fortunate communities.

Please Note:

Donations to the Baystate Financial Charitable Foundation are tax deductible.

Tax ID: 04-3505349. 

The amount of any contribution that is tax deductible is limited to the excess of any money over the value of goods or services provided. 

baystatefoundation.org 

Questions?

Please contact Chris McIntosh at: 781-876-4141 or

cmcintosh1@baystatefinancial.com

 

OUR GOLF TOURNAMENT PARTNERS

 

Dan Boever, Senior World  Long Drive Champion
Dan Boever ranks among the most popular performers on the golf exhibition  circuit. Known for his quick wit and amazing repertoire of trick shots, arrive early to see the first of two exhibitions during the day.

Always a BIG hit.

 
BAYSTATE FINANCIAL

About The Baystate Foundation

Founded in 1999, the Baystate Financial Charitable Foundation (BFCF) is committed to supporting a wide variety of nonprofit organizations throughout the Baystate Financial footprint that includes Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. While our main focus is supporting children, we also recognize the great need that exists at many levels in society today and do not limit our funding to child related causes. 

Our goal is to raise and distribute money to generate awareness in order to make a positive impact in the day to day lives of disadvantaged children in need. As you know, the need has never been greater and we take great pride in being considered a good corporate citizen and neighbor. We are also very proud that all the money that gets raised by the Baystate Financial Charitable Foundation is passed through into the community.

 

We do not use any of the money we raise for overhead.

Visit our website.   baystatefoundation.org

A WORLD CLASS GOLF DESTINATION

The International is a golfer’s paradise, featuring two award-winning 18-hole golf courses, including the Robert Trent Jones designed The Pines plus one of the largest practice facilities in New England. Nestled in the rural orchard community of Bolton, Massachusetts and boasting panoramic views of the Nashoba Valley, the club is recognized for its accessibility and inclusive atmosphere.

Bramble Format

Each player tees off in turn, and the best drive is chosen as the spot for the next play. That’s the last time the players share a shot.  After that, each player continues to play his own ball as it lies until one player holes out.  

The best score is the groups for the hole.

 

Prizes for Top 2 teams per course -  Low Net Score

Handicaps are not used in scoring.

Digital Scoreboards

No purchased “gimmies”, “mulligans” or “breakfast balls” in this tournament.