At iCore Networks, we understand the importance of remaining socially conscious. An active philanthropist himself, iCore Chairman and CEO, Stephen G. Canton, has cultivated a culture of giving throughout the company. Mr. Canton serves on the board of numerous charities and fundraising event committees throughout the Washington, DC metro area. Most recently Mr. Canton chaired the United Negro College Fund’s 2015 Masked Ball, which you can read more about here.
In the coming months iCore will continue to lend a helping hand to local charities starting with Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind. iCore is an active sponsor in the charity’s 2nd Annual Shot in the Dark Golf & Dinner Classic held 6 p.m. – 10 p.m., May 1, 2015 at the Lakewood Country Club in Rockville, Maryland. The highlight of this event is the Night Golf during which attendees will play a 9-hole scramble illuminated only by glow-in-the-dark golf balls and glowing course markers. At dinner, guests will enjoy casino entertainment, live auction and special guest appearances. All proceeds from this event will go toward forwarding Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind’s mission of educating the community that the blind or visually impaired can overcome obstacles and achieve new heights. To learn more about the event and contributing to Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind click here.
We will also be sponsoring the Providence Center’s 23rd Annual Moran Golf Classic. The tournament kicks off at 10 a.m., June 1, 2015 at the Queenstown Harbor Golf Courses. All proceeds from the event will go towards helping individuals with disabilities lead more independent, valuable, and functioning roles in society. The event will feature a golf tournament and silent auction. For more information about the event and contributing to the Providence Centerclick here.
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