Date: September 14, 2018
Time: 6:30 am – 6:30 pm
September 7, 2018
Individual Golfer $100
Adventure Capitalist Sponsor $1,000
Empowerment Promoter Sponsor $2,500
Dignity Sponsor $5,000
Regional Champion Sponsor $10,000
Community Banker Sponsor $20,000
Eagle Sponsor $25,000
Join us for HOPE International’s 18th annual golf tournament! Enjoy a relaxing day of golf at Heritage Hills Golf Resort and support HOPE as we invest in the dreams of families through discipleship, biblically based training, a safe place to save, and small loans.
HOPE will communicate start times to golfers prior to arrival.
A graduate of Harvard’s Kennedy School, Peter worked in Rwanda, Zimbabwe, and Cambodia prior to coming to HOPE in 2004. Peter is the co-author of several books, including Mission Drift (2014), 40/40 Vision (2015), Created to Flourish (2016), and The Board and the CEO (2017). Peter lives in Lancaster, PA, with his wife, Laurel, and their three children. Follow Peter on his blog at www.peterkgreer.com or on Twitter @peterkgreer.
Jeff Rutt is the founder of HOPE International and currently serves as the chairman of the board of directors. Jeff worked as a dairy farmer for almost a decade before becoming the founder and president of Keystone Custom Homes in 1992. Distinguished as Central Pennsylvania’s largest independent homebuilder, the company is building homes in 44 communities. Jeff has been named the winner of the Builder of the Year Award by Builder Magazine three times and is the first homebuilder in the country to do so. Jeff founded HOPE International in 1997 and has acted as chairman of the board since then. His vision for international ministry, specifically microenterprise development, is centered on the Gospel. Jeff believes HOPE’s work empowers families in poverty and restores dignity around the world. In 2008, Jeff was awarded the Hearthstone BUILDER Humanitarian Lifetime Achievement Award for his philanthropic contributions. He and his wife, Sue, have two married children (Alisa Hoober and Ben Rutt) and a daughter (Leah), who is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University.
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