CoreNet New England Raises Nearly $18,000 For Boys & Girls Clubs Of Boston

The CoreNet Global New England Chapter (CoreNet New England) is pleased to announce that the organization hosted its 21st Annual Charitable Golf Tournament. The event was held at Pine Hills Golf Club in Plymouth, MA for over 200 guests, bringing together corporate real estate professionals for a day of golf, networking and fundraising for Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston.

This year’s charitable golf outing included breakfast and Opening Drive cocktails, followed by a day on each of Pine Hills’ two courses complete with a grilled lunch, a golf clinic and a Break the Glass fundraiser. At the cocktail reception, CoreNet New England members, sponsors, volunteers and Chapter leadership enjoyed lobster rolls and bid on raffle prizes while the Chapter announced the on-course game winners. All 59 foursomes and the 20 golf clinic participants enjoyed a great day and we thank everyone for their support and participation.

“We are so pleased to raise funds for Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, with the support of our Chapter’s Community Reinvestment Committee, because the organization is dedicated to the young people of the city where many of us live and work, and they work tirelessly to ensure those young people in our community have the opportunity to realize their full potential,” said Maureen Rystrom, President of the New England Chapter of CoreNet Global.

The Golf Committee Co-Chairs, Christopher Currie and Sean Murphy, stated that “our sponsors’ support is truly appreciated and greatly contributed to our ability to raise close to $18,000 for Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston in their efforts to support community resilience for today’s youth.” We are excited to be back at Pine Hills next year for our 22nd Annual Charitable Tournament and look forward to announcing the 2023 date soon!

“As we continue working with our members throughout Boston and Chelsea, it is clear that the need and the urgency to act on behalf of our young people is even greater now than before the pandemic”, stated Lauren Simone, Boys & Girls Club of Boston’s Senior Director of Corporate & Foundation Engagement. “Your support is helping BGCB build the next generation’s talent pipeline and close the opportunity gap for our City’s youth.”

2022 Corenet Golf Outing Event Sponsors included:

  • Tournament Sponsor – CBRE
  • Charity Sponsor – Margulies Perruzzi Architects
  • Reception Sponsors – Cresa Boston and Mohawk Industries
  • Lunch Sponsors – Saltmine and Timberline Construction
  • Opening Drive Cocktail Sponsors – Structure Tone and VVA Project & Cost Managers
  • Drinks on the Links Sponsors – Commodore Builders, Creative Office Resources, Dyer Brown and J. Calnan & Associates
  • Golf Clinic Sponsor – Humanscale
  • Signage Sponsor – Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

About CoreNet Global New England Chapter

The New England Chapter of CoreNet Global represents the best and brightest in the region’s corporate real estate industry. Our Chapter’s 500+ members are passionate about advancing its mission to connect real estate professionals, end users and service providers to advance knowledge, promote personal excellence and add value to each individual and their respective enterprises.
If you’re a CRE professional looking to grow your professional development and network, we invite you to join CoreNet Global’s New England Chapter.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston

Since its founding in 1893, Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston (BGCB) has been helping young people, especially those who need us most, build strong character and realize their full potential as responsible citizens and leaders. BGCB does this by providing a safe haven filled with hope and opportunity, ongoing relationships with caring adults, and life-enhancing programs in six core program areas. The organization serves more than 8,000 individuals in 9 Clubs and through its YouthConnect program in partnership with the Boston Police Department. BGCB is an affiliate of Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley. For more information, visit BGCB on the web at