Annual Golf Tournament Brings Community Leaders, Supporters Together to Help Local Children and Families
Washington, D.C. – United Bank was once again proud to host its annual Charity Classic golf tournament in support of Inova Kellar Center. In its 21st year, the 2023 event generated a record $400,258, marking a lifetime total of funds raised to nearly $8 million, to aid local youth and families.
“Through the generosity of our community, we continue to build upon the legacy of the Classic, and as a result, help ensure the funding of critical programs that support the health and wellbeing of families in need,” said Mike Proctor, Chief Commercial Banking Officer, United Bank. “We are humbled to partner with Inova Kellar Center, and grateful for their incredible efforts that make a life-changing impact on those who live and work in this community.”
For more than 30 years, Inova Kellar Center has provided behavioral health services for children, adolescents and their families. Inova’s comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder treatment programs and innovative special education school support families throughout Northern Virginia. Proceeds from the Classic provide funding that enables Inova Kellar Center to expand clinical services, finance critical staff positions and provide financial support to children and families who may not have the resources to obtain treatment.
"We are immensely grateful to United Bank and the incredible donors of the United Bank Charity Classic for their unwavering partnership and support in enhancing Inova Kellar Center’s ability to provide world class mental health and substance use disorder treatment to children and families in our community,” said Rick Leichtweis, PhD, Executive Director, Inova Kellar Center.
This year’s Classic brought together a distinguished group of corporate and community leaders, attracting hundreds of business and community supporters, as well as 128 golfers to the Country Club of Fairfax on Sept. 25. Premier sponsors and donors included Mrs. Nina Toups; Claude Moore Charitable Foundation; United Bank; William A. Hazel, Inc.; NFP; NV Commercial; The Peterson Family Foundation; Van Metre Companies Foundation; Mooring Financial; FIS; AJ Dwoskin & Associates; WC Smith; and Terra Innovations.
ABOUT UNITED BANK
United Bank is a premier community bank headquartered in Greater Washington, D.C. A subsidiary of United Bankshares, Inc. (NASDAQ: UBSI), United has consolidated assets of nearly $30 billion with close to 250 offices located throughout Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Georgia, as well as Washington, D.C., where it is the largest community bank headquartered in the D.C. Metropolitan region. In 2023, United was named the Most Trustworthy Bank in America by Newsweek, joining the list of the Most Trustworthy Companies in America. The Bank is committed to growing the relationships it has built since 1839 and offering a competitive suite of banking and lending products, treasury management, wealth management, mortgage services, personal and business credit cards and more. United is also committed to providing excellence in service to the communities throughout its footprint, strategically aligning resources to move the needle on pressing challenges in vital impact areas including financial literacy, children and education, affordable housing, health and economic vitality. Learn more about United Bank.
ABOUT INOVA KELLAR CENTER
Inova Kellar Center has provided behavioral health services for children, adolescents and their families for more than thirty years. Our comprehensive mental health and substance use disorder treatment programs and an innovative special education school support families throughout Northern Virginia and have continued to expand to meet future needs.
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