The 3rd Annual Megan’s House Golf Tournament drove home two points; one, the Megan House Foundation knows how to put on a successful event and two, very few people are on par with John Chemaly when it comes to making a difference in the community.
As it did last year, the beautiful Four Oaks Country Club in Dracut played host to the Foundation’s summer fundraiser. 150-golfers drove, chipped and putted their way through the rolling fairways and greens. When the golfing, dining and celebrating were done, attendees carded over $40,000 to help the young women who call Megan’s House home continue their growth and recovery.
Prior to last year’s tournament honoree, State Representative Tom Golden leading a boisterous and successful live auction, this year’s honoree, John Chemaly, accepted the accolades and made yet another significant contribution to Megan’s House.
The President and Co-Founder of Trinity E.M.S. has been a tireless champion in the fight against addiction. While his company’s first responders save lives day in and day out throughout the communities they serve, Chemaly helps lead an innovative management team that crafted a data collection program to help local law enforcement and health officials track overdoses.
Chemaly and his wife Linda serve on the boards of numerous Merrimack Valley organizations and have been dedicated to the mission of Megan’s House. That dedication was on display again as Chemaly took to the podium and announced a $5,000 donation from Trinity E.M.S. to help provide valuable services and life skills training for young women in recovery.
The Megan House Foundation would like to extend its heartfelt appreciation to John and Linda Chemaly, the entire team at Trinity E.M.S., the golfers, lunch attendees, volunteers and everyone who helped us celebrate another successful event. Together, we make a difference!