Young Moore to Sponsor JFRF Golf Tournament Benefitting Elders in Niaragua

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Young Moore is proud to support the upcoming Jessie F. Richardson Foundation (JFRF) Annual Golf Tournament on October 20, 2022 at the Rock Barn Country Club. Since its first tee off in 2012, proceeds from the event have been used to benefit elders in Nicaragua by providing much needed equipment, developing a pharmacy business, replacing water tanks and building a national training center for eldercare – the only one of its kind in all of Central America! While Nicaragua has experienced political unrest and devastating natural disasters that halted typical channels for donations and services, the elders continue to receive essential items like food, water and medicine.

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