[From NJ Patch] Paramus Golf Outing Raises $125K To Benefit Several Charities
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[From NJ Patch] Paramus Golf Outing Raises $125K To Benefit Several Charities

Town Title Agency recently raised money for several charities, including Tackle Kids Cancer and The Inserra Diabetes Research Fund.


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PARAMUS, NJ — A business in Paramus recently raised more than $125,000 to benefit several Hackensack Meridian Health charities. Last Monday, Town Title Agency hosted its fifth annual golf outing at the Ridgewood Country Club. The money raised from the event will go to the following three charities:

Town Title Agency officials said the golf outing is part of the company’s “Town Title Gives Back” initiative to showcase the employees’ commitment and dedication to the communities they serve.

“We are elated over the success of this year’s golf outing and the money we were able to raise for three amazing charities, that are very meaningful to our company and to us, personally,” said Christopher Rotio, Executive Vice President of Town Title and board member of the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation. “We are dedicated to working alongside Hackensack Meridian Health and the Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation and are committed to supporting their research efforts through this annual event.”

This year’s event, which included a multitude of sponsors at various levels, kicked off with a performance by the Police Pipes and Drums of Bergen County and a Ferrari test drive experience provided by Ferrari of Central New Jersey, followed by a lunch buffet and a shot gun start to golf.

The day concluded with a cocktail hour and reception dinner in which Lindsey Inserra, vice president of health and wellness and marketing at Inserra Supermarkets, was the honoree. Lindsey oversees health service programs across 23 Inserra Supermarkets ShopRite stores, offering nutritional education to the surrounding communities on a variety of health issues.

“I am extremely humbled and honored and and truly grateful for being recognized by an organization that really cares about giving back to those in our communities who rely on the health and counseling resources provided by the Hackensack University Medical Center and the amazing programs offered at Tackle Kids Cancer, The Inserra Diabetes Research Fund and The Caryl And Jim Kourgelis Fund for The Center for Behavioural Health and Medicine,” said Lindsey Inserra. “So many families, including my own know how diabetes, cancer and mental health challenges affect patients and their families alike. Thank you for this honor and I look forward to working with all of you to support these organizations.”