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Help us hit a hole in one for the community!

Monday May 9, 2022

The Country Club of Charleston


For 29 years, OLMCOS' annual golf tournament has been a day of charity and friendly competition. Held at the exclusive Country Club of Charleston, golfers and sponsors alike can enjoy a round of golf, lunch, refreshments, gift bags and an afternoon cocktail hour. 

All proceeds from the 29th annual Golf Tournament will go directly to Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach's mission to build equitable communities and empower individuals, helping thousands of individuals and families reach their full potential by providing basic and emergency needs, education, employment and health services. 

We invite you to join us and be a part of long-lasting change. Because it is our responsibility to build up the communities where we live, work and play. 

Questions? Contact Hannah Wallace at or (843) 559-4109x109

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Gold Sponsors

Gaelic, LLC

(Tom and Mary Alice Roberts)

Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy 

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Silver Sponsors

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Pauls Family Foundation

Putting Green Sponsors

Cocktail Sponsor 

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Hole Sponsors

Michael Molony

(In Honor of  Sister Margaretta Molony and Bobby Molony) 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Galto

Victor and Carol Agusta 

Ms. Ann A. Albence

Lorraine and Tom McDermott

Tom and Linda Davis 

Ralph and Liz Mastrangelo

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About Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach

Founded in 1989, Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach provides educational, health and direct outreach services to thousands of individuals and families each year in the Lowcountry. With the support of volunteers and donations, community members receive dental and pre-natal care, emergency food, clothing, financial and job assistance, lunch five days a week at Neighborhood House, and diverse educational and capacity-building opportunities such as youth programs, financial literacy, GED and ESL classes and more. The two locations include Johns Island on Brownswood Rd, serving the needs of residents in communities spanning West Ashley (outside 526) to Edisto Island and the Neighborhood House in Charleston that serves Eastside-area and West Ashley (inside 526) residents.

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