Folds of Honor Golf Marathon 2021

Mike Perrotti's Golf Marathon

Family and Friends - It's that time of year again and I am participating in a golf marathon fundraiser that myself and 3 of my friends started last year during the 2020 summer doldrums of covid, Holes for a Cause!

This year, I have decided to support an organization that is near and dear to my heart, FOLDS OF HONOR. And more importantly what their mission is, which is supporting military families of disabled veterans and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice defending the freedoms we have come to cherish!!

As a display of gratitude to these most honorable military families who have sacrificed so much for our freedoms, I am committed to playing a Folds of Honor Golf Marathon on June 25th at Dodge Point Country Club. The purpose of my marathon is to play golf all day long and encourage our community, friends and family to thank our military service members through my efforts by making a pledge or one time donation.

This is where I need your help!

My ask is that you consider hitting the DONATE NOW button on this page to make a one-time, lump sum donation in support of my Folds of Honor (Holes for a cause) Golf Marathon efforts. My goal is to raise enough to fund at least (1) full scholarship, which is $5,000.

Regardless of the amount, all donations are so appreciated and make a difference in the lives of these deserving individuals.

Thank you for your support of our most honorable military families!

Mike Perrotti - Folds of Honor Golf Marathon Patriot

PS-all donors will receive a charitable tax receipt upon donation submission.

Founded in 2007, the Folds of Honor mission is to provide educational scholarships to the spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members. Their motto says it best:

Honor Their Sacrifice. Educate Their Legacy.

Since inception, Folds of Honor has awarded over 29,000 scholarships across all 50 states and beyond. This is because of unwavering Patriots like you. However, the need for scholarships continues to rise. Despite the generosity of steadfast supporters, nearly 1,500 fully qualified applicants were left unfunded in 2020. The need is still great.

To learn more about Folds of Honor, visit

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