Golf Outing Raises Record Amount for Charity
Rutter’s raised a record-setting $110,000 for local charities at the 10th annual Rutter’s Children’s Charity golf outing played May 7th and 8th at the Out Door Country Club in York, PA.
In its first 10 years, Rutter’s golf outing has raised over $800,000 for organizations whose work exemplifies the mission of Rutter’s Children’s Charities, which is to improve the lives of local children.
The two primary beneficiaries of this year’s donations will be the Easter Seals of Central Pennsylvania and the Salvation Army. The Easter Seals will use Rutter’s donation to purchase a specialty equipment van to transport children with physical disabilities and developmental delays. The Salvation Army will remodel the York-area Children’s Learning Center, which is a part of the after-school program. The center’s upgrades will include new computers, software, books, teaching aids, desks and chairs.
“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.
Rutter’s has been active in the local community since its beginning in 1921. Today, 91 years later and under the family’s third generation of leadership, Rutter’s has expanded the dairy’s interests to include Maryland and New Jersey in addition to Pennsylvania, and operates over 65 convenience stores throughout Central Pennsylvania with Scott Hartman as president and CEO, Todd Rutter as president of Rutter’s Dairy and Tim Rutter as president of M&G Realty.