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The Chuckie F. Mahoney Memorial Foundation was established in 2002 in honor of Chuckie F. Mahoney IV, who died from suicide in February 2002. Each year the golf classic is held to keep the memory of Chuckie alive. All proceeds from the outing benefit high school scholar athletes who perform beyond expectations on the field and in the classroom. Furthermore, the foundation now provides resources, training and information on depression and suicide prevention for parents, educators or professionals working with teens and young adults. Thanks to everyone who made this possible. Please take the time to read on and learn more about Chuckie, the foundation and the golf outing, all set up to pass on the legacy Chuckie left behind.
Foundation Announces $3,000 Grants for Local High Schools to Support Mental Health Programs
It is our extreme pleasure to announce that the following schools have been chosen to receive a $3,000 grant from the Chuckie F. Mahoney Memorial Foundation. Their applications supporting Mental Health programs for their school districts or Intermediate Unit were varied but they ALL focused on providing support for students and staff during their most trying times.
- Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit 5
- Freeport Area School District
- Fort Cherry School District
- Connellsville Area School District
- Central Greene School District
- Homer-Center School District
- Jefferson-Morgan School District