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.

This article originally appeared in the Denver Business Journal. See it here.