The HOFFA Foundation exists to provide resources for those in our community who have been impacted by addiction, and we’re working to raise awareness through exciting community events all year long. From family fun runs to golf outings, there’s something for everyone. Join us for our next community event to learn more about how The HOFFA Foundation is making a difference. Meet neighbors, have fun, and know that you’re contributing to helping Marylanders heal.
Monday, May 23rd, 2022
The 2nd annual HOFFA Classic golf tournament will be held on Monday, May 23rd, 2022. This exciting, fun-filled event is a chance to enjoy a day of golfing with friends and neighbors while giving back to an organization working to change lives in a meaningful way. This year’s HOFFA Classic will feature delicious lunches catered by Hahn’s Pork and Beans, an 18-hole golf extravaganza, and an awards ceremony catered by Piney Branch Golf Club. Reserve your spot today!
October 9th 2022
5th Annual Running4Recovery
Whether you’re an avid runner or you enjoy long walks with friends, you’ll be able to join in the fun at the HOFFA Running4Recovery event held each fall. Hosted by Rising Above Addiction, the Carroll County Drug Court Fund, and Tri Sport Junction alongside The HOFFA Foundation, this outdoor event features a five-mile run, one-mile fun run, and one-mile memory walk, so participants can choose their level of activity while still giving back to the community. And with Halloween activities for kids, the Running4Recovery event is a family-friendly outing. Don’t miss this year’s chance to get involved!
3rd Annual HOFFA Tailgate
The kid-friendly HOFFA Tailgate is hosted each fall and is a fun-filled day of food, drinks, and activities. Watch the Ravens on the big screen while giving back to a cause that is helping our community. This BYOB event features fun activities like a money wheel, Texas Hold’em with professional dealers, a 50/50 raffle, and a silent auction. Bring the family!
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