Rutter’s Golf Outing Raises Money for Children’s Charities

Rutter’s 10th annual golf outing sets records by raising $110,000 to local Pennsylvania charities.

Rutter’s raised more than $100,000 in its Rutter’s Children’s Charity golf outing, played May 7-8 at the Out Door Country Club in York, Pa.

For the past 10 years, Rutter’s golf outing raised more than $800,000 for organizations whose work is similar to the mission of Rutter’s Children’s Charities, which aims to improve the lives of children.

“We look forward to this outing every year, and it’s great to see the impact these donations have made on our communities over the last ten years,” said Rutter’s CEO Scott Hartman.

The two main beneficiaries of this year’s donations will be the Easter Seals of Central Pennsylvania and the Salvation Army. The Easter Seals want to use Rutter’s donation to purchase specialty equipment to transport disabled children, and the Salvation Army wants to remodel its York-area Children’s Learning Center.

Rutter’s Farm Stores currently operates 57 convenience stores throughout Central Pennsylvania.

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