Future Energy Solutions helps Ronald McDonald House Charities

Future Energy Solutions helps Ronald McDonald House Charities

TAMPA BAY, Florida – Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tampa Bay is pleased to announce that Future Energy Solutions (FES) is the presenting sponsor for the Fred Scarelli, Jr. /RMHC Charity Golf Classic on November 18th and 19th at Innisbrook Resort and Golf Club, in Palm Harbor. Now in its 28th year, this event benefits the children and families served by Ronald McDonald House of Tampa Bay.

The tournament features two days of golf at the scenic Innisbrook Resort Island and South Courses. Golfers will enjoy Friday golf, awards dinner & cocktails, and Casino Night featuring Dueling Pianos. The entire family is included, with activities for children at Friday Fun Night and Saturday afternoon children’s pool games while golfers play the second round of the scramble. Golfers are given the royal treatment: custom golf shirt, premium goody bag, overnight stay, meals and beverages.

Future Energy Solutions’ mission is to transform how people use energy – making it easy and affordable by utilizing modern technologies, science, mathematics and common sense. In addition to this sponsorship, FES is committed to making the four Ronald McDonald Houses energy efficient by providing and maintaining lighting solutions for the houses.

Executive Director and CEO Janice Davis comments, “We are so grateful for this generous donation which covers 375 family nights while their child is being treated in area hospitals. We are honored that FES is committed to supporting our families during their time of crisis.” Ronald McDonald House Charities of Tampa Bay raises over $3 million dollars per year in our community to continue providing these crucial services.

If you would like more information on sponsorship or participant opportunities for the charity golf classic, please contact Catherine McDonough at (813) 258-6430, ext. 6, cmcdonough@rmhctampabay.org

ABOUT RONALD McDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES OF TAMPA BAY The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children and their families.

Ronald McDonald House of Tampa Bay provides a safe and affordable “home-away-from-home” for families with children receiving medical treatment at bay area hospitals. Four area Houses provide comfort and care to 2,000 families annually, having served more than 52,000 families since opening its doors in 1980.