Golfers Get ‘Teed Off’ at Domestic Violence

A New Leaf’s Teed Off at Domestic Violence golf tournament at Top Golf Scottsdale Riverwalk brought in more than $40,000. Funds raised at the Oct. 21 tournament benefit the critical services provided through A New Leaf’s homeless and domestic violence shelters.

Mayfann Millies, event chair

Mayfann Millies, event chair

A New Leaf provides shelters for women in crisis with its East and West Valley shelters, Autumn House Domestic Violence Shelter and Faith House Crisis Shelter. Besides emergency shelter, A New Leaf provides permanent supportive housing, childcare, workforce training and basic needs for survivors of domestic violence.

Special guests from Arizona State University’s Alpha Chi Omega brought back their selfie station, and friends from the Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity, who partner on Kick It with Alpha Chi Kickball Tournament to raise funds for Autumn House, attended as well.

Mayfann Millies chaired the tournament. Entertainment was provided by Kyle Sorrell, and Efrain Urias added a Scottish flare to the event with his bagpipes.



A New Leaf Marketing Committee Member Jessica McGrath crop

Jessica McGrath, A New Leaf marketing committee member

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East Valley firefighters

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ComTrans Team

Event Partner Tito's Handmade Vodka crop

Tito’s Handmade Vodka, event partner

Music provided by Kyle Sorrell (1) crop

Music provided by Kyle Sorrell

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