Good Works: Golf tournament raises $25K for brain injuries
Golf tournament raises $25,000 for brain injury nonprofit
Eighty-six golfers raised $25,000 for the Brain Injury Alliance Colorado at the 2018 Cathleen's Cause Golf Tournament. The Alliance is a nonprofit that aims to provide guidance, resources and support to survivors of traumatic brain injury. Over five years, the tournament has raised more than $100,000. Cresa Managing Partner Paul Herzog founded the tournament in honor of his wife Cathleen Schmidt, who suffered a severe brain injury after falling in their home. All proceeds of the event go to the Brain Injury Alliance.