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Hovensa Donates $20,000 to 21 Non-Profit Organizations

June 20, 2009 – Twenty-one non-profit organizations will receive a total of $20,000 in contributions from Hovensa L.L.C. as the result of the Hovensa President's 11th Annual Golf Tournament, which was held on Saturday, June 13, at the Carambola Golf Club. Two hundred employees of Hovensa, its contractors and vendors competed in the tournament.
Members of the Hovensa's Leadership Team (HLT), which is comprised of the officers of the company, organized a team and challenged the other 49 teams for the better low net score. The teams that bettered or tied the score of the HLT team were able to designate a charity of their choice to receive a $100 contribution from the company.
The following is the list of organizations and the donation each of them will receive as a result of the contest:
American Cancer Society: $900
American Red Cross, V.I. Chapter: $400
Boy Scouts of America, V.I. Council: $500
Boys & Girls Club of St. Croix: $3,400
Catholic Charities of the V.I.: $200
Good Hope School: $400
Governor Juan F. Luis Hospital Foundation: $100
Lighthouse Mission: $100
Lutheran Social Services: $100
My Brothers Table: $100
Queen Louise Home for Children: $5,700
St. Croix American Youth Soccer
Organization Inc.: $3,000
St. Croix Animal Welfare Center Inc.: $700
St. Croix Country Day School: $100
St. Croix Environmental Association: $200
St. Croix Junior Golf Association: $300
St. Croix Pony Club: $100
St. Croix Swimming Association: $3,200
United Way of St. Croix: $100
V.I. Olympic Committee: $200
Women's Coalition of St. Croix: $200
Total: $20,000

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