The second annual Wellspring Golf Tournament at Hatherly Country Club on June 13 was a huge success and enjoyed by all. The event included a dinner, cocktails, and many valuable auction items. More than 125 golfers raised more than $155,000 to support programs and services at both the Weymouth and Hull locations.
Coastal Dealerships of Hanover, Norwell, and Cohasset donated a 2022 Volkswagen Taos to be raffled off at the golf event. Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz helped draw the winning ticket from among more than 350 sold, and more than $35,000 was raised from the car raffle alone. Jen McCready of Cohasset was the big winner.
Wellspring will use the funds from the raffle to support hundreds of additional families on the South Shore. Wellspring offers adult learning, career development and job skills, community outreach, counseling, elder services, and legal advocacy. It also is home to a food pantry called Aunt Dot’s Kitchen and two thrift shops. Individual contributions enable Wellspring to fulfill its mission to “provide support and skills to people facing challenges to their well-being in order to help them achieve independence and self-sufficiency.”