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At NewCov Community Church prayer is a priority when it comes to campus ministry and outreach. Students, youth leaders, parents, and community members can get involved. A team of praying people will have significant influence at your school.
Saturday | Aug 7 | 10:00AM
On Target & Prayer at the Pole | At a FUSD High School
Saturday | Aug 14 | 10:00AM
Prayer at the Pole | At a CUSD High School
Each year we have a fun game out on the greens while locking arms with a local non-profit. This year we are investing in Mollie’s House. Mollie’s House, located here in Fresno, serves young women surviving sex trafficking. They exist to end sexual exploitation and child sex trafficking by changing individual lives and increasing public awareness.
$120 | per player – includes cart (1 for every 2 players), and lunch
Start | 10:00AM
4 Person Scramble | with Cart
Contests | Longest Drive, Closest To Pin, Hole In One
Raffle Tickets | $2 each, $6 for 10, $15 for 20, $30 for 40
Mulligans | $20
$125 | Pay For A Pastor
$200 | Hole
$1,500 | Birdie (4 players, 1 tee sign, and 1 banner)
$2,500 | Eagle (8 players, 2 tee signs, and 1 banner)
About Our Guest Speaker
Matthew Grundy serves as the Deputy Mayor for the City of Fresno. As part of the Dyer Administration, his service is founded on a genuine love for people. Formerly homeless, in 2015 Matthew joined the City of Fresno following a stint as CEO at Habitat for Humanity Greater Fresno Area. Motivated by love, Matthew helped Habitat improve housing conditions for 28 times the number of families it had served on an annual basis prior to his arrival. Nationally, Matthew has helped lead strategic visioning for 1,200 Habitat operations across the United States. While Matthew’s leadership has led to the expansion of building homes and hope with families across two counties and four countries, he is focused on seeing his local community thrive.
Prior to his work at Habitat, Mr. Grundy worked as an organizational consultant, developer, and President of a national supplemental educational services company that focused on turning around failing, disadvantaged public schools. His work helped improve K-12 academic outcomes for 250,000 low-income students across 16 states within 1,000 schools. Matthew hails from southern California and received his Bachelor’s from the University of Southern California in business administration with an emphasis in entrepreneurial studies. He, his wife Jocelyn, and their six children are thankful for his current season of providing community support within Fresno and the greater region.