Like every year, the Scherrer Cares Golf Outing managed to collect a record-breaking 156,000 US dollars. The annual fundraiser took place on June 10th.
The 7th annual fundraiser took place on June 10th and as in all previous years managed to raise more money than previous events. This year, the fundraiser raised over $156,000, the most money raised in the 7 years that the company has hosted the golf outing. The annual event is held to give back to the community and funds are used to support various community projects. Participants know that the money is always used to help and support many worthwhile causes.
Over 200 golfers attended Scherrer Construction’s 7th Annual Fundraiser, but there were a few others who attended the auction after dinner. Over 50 items were auctioned including vacation trips to Up North and Aruba. There was also an auction for a signed major league jersey by none other than actor Charlie Sheen.
At cocktail hour, the Ball Drop took place, awarding one lucky winner $3,000 in cash. In addition, as every year, the 50/50 raffle was a huge hit, raising $3,875 alone. Another part of the fundraiser was The Power Minute, held to help Paws4People, an organization that raises and trains dogs for people with a variety of disabilities, including children, military veterans and more.
Amazingly, The Power Minute raised $10,000 making it one of the most successful events.
The 7th Annual Scherrer Cares Golf Outing had two new sponsors in 2021, Lee Mechanical and Lynch Truck Center, joining several others such as Next Electric, Ackerman Glass, LW Meyer, BP Tec and many more. said Jim Scherrer, President of Scherrer Construction “We cannot thank our sponsors and donors enough as our event would not be nearly as successful without their support.” Quoted from the company’s internal press release.
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Scherrer building”Buddy Bank” anti-bullying program for schools.
“We started the Buddy Bench program in the beginning, mainly because of our strong involvement in school construction. Since then we have had overwhelming support over the last few years, now we are supporting other organizations pursuing the same mission.” – Jim Scherrer, President and CEO of Scherrer construction
Scherrer added, “We are so proud that our annual golf outing continues to do so much good for the community. Not only is he giving back to the community, but we are seeing him improve so many lives it is hard to believe. That’s why we remain committed to the event, and that continues to attract new sponsors and attendees. If anything, our auctions are a pretty significant draw for most people.”
About Scherrer Cares
Scherrer construction started Scherrer Cares in 2014; It is a non-profit organization whose first attempt is the Buddy Bench program. It was the first anti-bullying initiative of its kind, placing friends on benches in various schools across Wisconsin, helping children spread the word of kindness and make new friends.
The program has since grown to over a hundred benches in parks and schools, affecting thousands of children across the state. More recently, the program has also expanded with fundraising efforts for other causes that support Scherrer Cares’ overall mission of building kindness into communities.
The company also donates to Fishing for Good, Back the Badge and Paws4People.
Wisconsin General Contractor Scherrer Construction is one of Wisconsin’s most trusted and respected contractors with a reputation for providing general contractor and construction management services to a variety of markets.
Scherrer Construction provides pre-construction, construction and post-construction services primarily to municipalities, as well as a wide range of commercial projects including new construction, extensions, renovations and facility maintenance services.
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