GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

NOBLEBANK FOUNDATION

About The Foundation

The NobleBank Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit that was established in 2016 to help local charities.

The mission of this Foundation is to give back to the communities with which we serve by hosting various fundraising events.

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Martha Vandervoort Memorial
Golf Classic

Save the Date for this year’s tournament on October 15, 2020.

Location
Anniston Country Club – 601 Highland Ave, Anniston, Ala. 36207
Become a Sponsor
Giving Back
All proceeds go to local faith based charities

Tournament Agenda

Morning Session

  • Breakfast – served in club house from 7:00am – 8:00am
  • Registration – at club house from 7:00am – 8:00am
  • Lunch – served in club house after completion

Afternoon Session

  • Lunch – served on driving range from 12:00pm – 1:00pm
  • Registration – on driving range from 12:00pm – 1:00pm
  • Dinner – served in club house after completion

Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Two [2] golf foursomes
  • Company logo on all promotional materials and social media
  • Link from NobleBank Foundation website
  • Special acknowledgement at event
  • Four [4] hole sponsors
  • Personalized gift bag for each player
  • Food for each player
  • One [1] golf foursomes
  • Company logo on all promotional materials and social media
  • Link from NobleBank Foundation website
  • Two [2] hole sponsors
  • Personalized gift bag for each player
  • Food for each player
  • One [1] golf foursome
  • Company logo on all promotional materials
  • Hole sponsor
  • Participation bag for each player
  • Food for each player
  • One [1] golf foursome
  • Hole sponsor
  • Participation bag for each player
  • Food for each player

Team/Hole Sponsor $600

Team Entry Only $500

Hole Sponsor $200

Martha’s Legacy

It is hard to put into words what Martha Vandervoort meant to east Alabama. Many have described her as the “Mother Teresa of Calhoun County,” and I know of no one who would argue with that. Martha did, in less than three decades, what the vast majority of us don’t accomplish in a lifetime. She was the very definition of a servant.

Over the years, she served in numerous leadership roles in the community. She was an active member of Anniston First United Methodist Church and was involved with the Angel Tree Summer Day Camp, Meals on Wheels, the Anniston Soup Bowl, and the Community Enabler of Calhoun County. Martha served as Mission Convenor of the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church and was coordinator of the Children of Chernobyl, a summer program for children from Belarus. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of Calhoun County and the Junior League of Calhoun County. She was instrumental in bringing Habitat for Humanity to Calhoun County, where she once served as Board President. Additionally, Martha was a member of the Parnassus Study Club and the Anniston Garden Guild.

Interfaith Ministries is where, arguably, Martha made her most significant contributions. She served as the Executive Director and oversaw all programs of the agency. Martha had a burden and love for the homeless; she started Interfaith’s Open Doors program, which assisted the area’s homeless. “She really felt very strongly about that, because so many of them are shunned by the community.” Martha was instrumental in expanding the free dental care program for adults. She truly cared for the homeless, the poor and for children caught in difficult circumstances.

Martha dedicated her life to serving others and embodied the mission statement of Interfaith Ministries, “Bringing God’s People Together To Serve God’s People in Need.”

I hope you will consider supporting our efforts, through the Martha Vandervoort Memorial Classic, to keep her legacy going as all proceeds from the tournament will be donated to charities.

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Caroline Holt Memorial Scholarship

This years winner: Sadie Huie

Sadie Adeline Huie is the daughter of Doug and Kelly Huie. Sadie graduated from Faith Christian School, and will attend the University of Alabama in the fall to major in Marketing and Public Relations. Sadie was the Speaker of her high school’s Student Government Association, captain of the varsity cheer and volleyball teams, and Salutatorian of her class. She attends Anniston First United Methodist Church and served as a Youth Ambassador and member of the Shepherds table team. Her community service has included the Sisters in Salvation Ministry, Ignite Student Ministries, and FCS Service Day through the Alabama Baptist Children’s Home.

Presenting Sponsors

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