Camp Bob Waldorf Golf Classic | Jewish Journal

From left: Businessman and philanthropist Bob Waldorf and Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters Los Angeles CEO Randy Schwab. Photo by Vince Bucci

Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles’ (JBBBSLA) Camp Bob Waldorf on the Max Straus Campus’ charity golf event took place June 22 at the Valencia Country Club and raised more than $210,000 toward funding affordable camp experiences for underserved children.

There were 120 competitors at the 20th annual John W. Carson “18 Pockets of Joy” golf event, which also marked the recent renaming of Camp Bob Waldorf on the Max Straus Campus in Glendale, formerly known as Camp Max Straus.

Attendees included businessman, philanthropist and camp namesake Bob Waldorf; event co-chair Joey Behrstock; the mentoring organization’s CEO Randy Schwab; and Vice President of Development Laurie Feldman.

“I’ve had the pleasure of not only organizing the golf classic for the past three years, but also playing in it. All of the participants share a common love for golf as well as a desire to give back to children in the community,” Feldman said in a press release. “This event helps directly impact the lives of so many children in need, and also ensures that Camp Bob Waldorf on the Max Straus Campus continues to make a difference and serve even more children for years to come.”

Original article here.

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