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Our company and our employees maintain a strong commitment to the communities in which we live and work. Travelers proudly sponsors the Travelers Championship as an exciting part of that continuing commitment. All of the net proceeds from this popular stop on the PGA TOUR go to more than 140 charities throughout the region, including The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. Since the tournament began in 1952, the Travelers Championship has raised more than $32 million for charity.

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2015 Honorary Co-Chair Mackenzie Page
When Mackenzie Page learned about her friend Zoe’s brain cancer diagnosis, she wanted to do something that would help Zoe and other children facing difficult medical challenges, so Mackenzie created the Great Pumpkin Challenge to help raise money for the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. So far, Mackenzie and The Great Pumpkin Challenge have raised nearly $10,000 and helped boost awareness of the...
Jun 25, 2015 12:15 PM ET
2015 Honorary Co-Chair Ben Goldman
In 2012, while still in high school, Ben Goldman of Wethersfield, Connecticut, launched his own TV program on FOX-CT. Ben Goldman’s Charity Corner profiles and brings awareness to charity events and organizations around Connecticut. It all began at age 8 when he was diagnosed with brain cancer and learned firsthand how charities can positively affect people’s lives. Now 18 years old, Ben...
Jun 24, 2015 12:15 PM ET
2015 Honorary Co-Chair Brittany Vose
After losing her father to pancreatic cancer, Brittany Vose started the 18-Hole Stroll to raise money for research against the deadly disease. For $50, participants can walk around the course at 7:30 a.m. before play starts for the final round of competition, get breakfast and a ticket to the tournament, and participate in a silent auction. So far, Vose and the 18-Hole Stroll has raised more...
Jun 23, 2015 12:15 PM ET
2015 Honorary Co-Chair Chase Skrubis
Fifteen-year-old Chase Skrubis of Granby, Connecticut, has been a participant with The First Tee of Connecticut for seven years. When he recognized that some kids could not participate because they lacked golf clubs, Chase started Klubs for Kids through which he refurbishes golf club sets for young people to use. With the support of local individuals and golf shops who donate clubs and through...
Jun 22, 2015 2:15 PM ET
Travelers Championship Highlights the Power of Charitable Giving Through Four Exceptional Young People
The 2015 Travelers Championship began today at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Connecticut. This year’s event features Bubba Watson, Sergio Garcia, Patrick Reed, Ernie Els, Zach Johnson, and other top PGA TOUR players. As part of the tournament’s commitment to generating funds and awareness for charity, four young individuals from Connecticut who have demonstrated outstanding...
Jun 22, 2015 1:15 PM ET

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