2015 Siobhan Leigh Kinlin Memorial Golf Tournament

Robert Paul Properties wants to thank everyone who was able to attend and contribute to the huge success of the 2015 Siobhan Leigh Kinlin Memorial Golf Tournament and dinner. This is the largest annual fundraiser for the National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI) Cape Cod & Islands chapter which provides support, education, and advocacy for those in need across Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.  In any given year, one out of four people suffer from some form of mental illness and it is important that they have the resources necessary to help and support them. 100%  of the vital proceeds from the Siobhan Leigh Kinlin Memorial Golf tournament go towards resources enabling NAMI CC&I to operate and staff its Hyannis headquarters.

The tournament was held on September 14th, at the pristine 18 hole course of the Oysters Harbors Club in Osterville.  With a very full field of 120 golfers, congratulations go out to Bob McGuire, Dan Brown, John Mitchel, and Bill Depeitri  who were the winning team, but also to everyone who participated in this tournament and made it a special day. Following the golf tournament was a lovely dinner at the Oyster Harbor Club House which was filled with laughs, great food, and even more company. 180 individuals gathered here to support the NAMI CC&I chapter, taking part in live and silent auctions, making donations, and just being present to show their support. The evening’s auctioneer was Bob Malcolm, who we must congratulate for doing such a fantastic job.

We are also very proud of Robert Paul’s co-founder, Robert Kinlin, who serves as the Honorary Chair, part of the Advisory Committee, and as a NAMI CC&I Director, and of Donna Aucoin who is also on the Advisory Comittee and serving as a NAMI CC&I Director, for their tireless work in bringing this event to such a successful conclusion.

Thank you again to everyone who participated. The turnout was amazing and an incredible $210,000 was raised on behalf of the National Alliance for Mental Illness Cape Cod and Islands charter.  This support helps NAMI increase their already positive impact on the many Cape and Islands communities. If you would like to learn more about NAMI and how you can have an impact, make sure to visit their website.