Girls Inc. of NH raises $46K in inaugural golf tournament 

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From left, Cadence Robinson, Izabelah Perez and Madison Irizzay pose for a photo in between handing out water to golfers on the course. Courtesy Photo

NASHUA, NH  – Girls Inc. of New Hampshire hosted its first Granite State Golf Challenge on July 29, 2019, at the Nashua Country Club. Thirty teams of four and more than 30 sponsors took to the greens, raising $46,000 for Girls Inc.’s summer camp and athletic programs.

“We are extremely grateful to everyone who took part in this new and fun event,” said Cathy Duffy-Cullity, Chief Executive Officer, Girls Inc. of New Hampshire. “Each person, from sponsors to golfers, had a significant role in making this first tournament a success and ultimately helping to improve the lives of young girls in New Hampshire.”

Girls Inc. participants and event volunteers Jaihliani Ortiz, Myasiah Ortiz, Aleeya Baillegeron, Izabelah Perez, Cadence Robinson and Madison Irizarry pose for a photo.

Girls Inc. participants volunteered at the event by helping with parking, giving out t-shirts and bags at registration, and distributing water to thirsty golfers on the course. These tasks gave the girls an opportunity to use skills they acquired through their participation in Girls Inc’s leadership program.

Girls Inc. of New Hampshire is a non-profit organization for girls ages 5 to 18 that inspires all girls to be strong (through healthy living), smart (through education), and bold (through independence). It provides more than 2,000 girls in New Hampshire with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face. The Girls Inc. experience consists of people, an environment, and programming that empower girls to succeed.

To learn more about Girls Inc. of New Hampshire, visit