LIME Painting to Host Second Annual LimeLight Golf Tournament
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LIME Painting to Host Second Annual LimeLight Golf Tournament

LIME Painting announces the return of fun-filled golfing event to raise $100,000 in 100 days for Joy House

August 09, 2022 // // DENVER, Colo. - LIME Painting is excited to announce that they are hosting their second annual LimeLight Golf Tournament later this summer to raise $100,000 in 100 days for Joy House, a Denver-based organization that provides long-term support and mentoring services to women and children coming out of domestic abuse. This 18-hole tournament will take place on August 24 at Homestead Golf Course in Lakewood, Colorado, with the event’s shotgun time is at 8 and registration starts at 6:30. 

In addition to a great game of golf for charity, the event will include golf, raffles, prizes, food, and more!Attendees who sign up for the LIME Loyalty Membership can receive a ticket at no additional cost, while guests without a LIME Loyalty Membership can purchase tickets for $130. Donations that can go to our venmo.

“Joy House does such amazing work for those that need assistance escaping domestic abuse in the community. Our values of love, integrity, mission, and excellence align with their mission and motivate us to help them give back,” said Nick Lopez, CEO of Lime Painting, “We’re aiming to fulfill our goal of raising $100,000 in just 100 days and encourage our home community of Denver to get involved and help us contribute to a great cause!”

Last year, LIME Painting held its annual golf tournament at Applewood Golf course, which raised about $4,000 and 35 people attended. Proceeds from the previous tournament were donated to Dry Bones, an organization that supports homeless teens and young adults in the Denver metro area. LimeLight Golf Tournament brings the Denver community together every year by demonstrating one of LIME Painting’s core values: mission.

“We’re so happy to be able to give back to the Denver community and look forward to having an even bigger turnout this year,” said Nick. “We hope to see familiar faces along with new ones as we strive to raise funds for the Joy House organization.”




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