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MMHA raises $12.5K for Baltimore Station

The Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA) announced this week that its 18th annual golf outing, “Tee Off for Veterans,” raised $12,500 for The Baltimore Station, a therapeutic residential recovery program for homeless men, mostly veterans, who are battling drug and alcohol addiction. On June 4, 144 golfers gathered at Mountain Branch Golf Club in Joppa to show their support for the organization.

APTHS.MD_email_logo“The Maryland Multi-Housing Association continues to show its generosity and support of The Baltimore Station each year,” said Scott Stevens, president of the Baltimore Station board of directors. “This donation will be a considerable help in allowing The Baltimore Station to continue to carry out our mission to help turn lives around.”

Participants enjoyed a full day of golf, food and drink raffles and giveaways. This is the fifth consecutive year that MMHA has raised at least $10,000 or more for The Baltimore Station and the eighth year that it has chosen The Baltimore Station as the beneficiary of its annual golf outing. The lead sponsor of the event was Moran’s Elite Termite and Pest Management Company, Inc.

“Our annual golf outing is an opportunity for us to support The Baltimore Station and give back to our community,” said Adam Skolnik, Executive Director of MMHA. “We are honored to help the men at The Baltimore Station who are working toward a better life.”