RPS ISG International’s Disc Golf Tournament raises $14K
CAMBRIDGE — RPS ISG International of Cambridge recently held its fifth annual Disc Golf Tournament, raising a record $14,315 to benefit United Way’s Imagination Library program.
Thirty-six local business teams competed to raise funds for the program, which provides free, homedelivered books each month to local children, from infants to age 5.
“This year was the most successful disc golf tournament to date. It’s heartwarming to see our business community come together to ensure the kindergarten readiness of children on the Lower Shore,” said Dean Goodwin, marketing manager of RPS ISG International and event coordinator for the tournament.
The Imagination Library Literacy Program is administered by the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, and has distributed more than 81,000 books to nearly 4,000 children in Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties since its inception in 2012.
The proceeds of the tournament will provide more than 6,600 books to local children.
“We continue to be amazed at the leadership RPS ISG International provides each year with this event. Thanks to their creative support, local children and their parents will have the materials they need to foster a love of reading and learning,” said Kathleen Mommé, United Way executive director.
For more information, visit www.unit edway4us.org.
Employees of RPS ISG International of Cambridge celebrate the fifth annual Disc Golf Tournament, which raised more than $14,000 for Imagination Library.