Copeland Oaks recently held its 17th annual Golf Scramble fundraising event at Alliance Country Club raising $20,000 for the Life Care Fund. There were 20 teams in attendance. 

First place honors were awarded to the foursome of Tom West, Jason Kackley, Ed Hogya and Jon Dostal from Sarchione Auto Group.

The second-place winning team was Team Wally Hood and included Bryce Hood, Jeff Hood, Blake Hood and Cody Lemay.

Taking third place was John O’Neill, Scott Gindlesberger, Eric Johnson and Matt Hunt representing team Stifel.

About the Life Care Fund

The Life Care Fund provides financial assistance through The Oaks Foundation to Copeland Oaks residents whose financial resources are no longer adequate to cover the costs of their care such as housing, meals, prescriptions, and healthcare needs. Life Care is a concept that makes Copeland Oaks unique among retirement communities. 

No resident has ever been asked to leave for financial reasons. If a resident requires financial assistance from the Life Care Fund, they have the comfort and security knowing they will continue to be well cared for. Typically, this fund provides $800,000 to $1,000,000 a year in charitable care.

The Oaks Foundation is the fundraising arm for Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center. The foundation encourages philanthropy and Christian stewardship on behalf of Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center. For more information on the foundation please visit or contact Lisa Gentile at 330-938-7405.