3rd Annual Chipping In for Veterans

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Tournament Postponed

Due to an unfavorable weather forecast, the tournament has been postponed until

Monday, July 9, 2018.

Please contact Nicole Hand at nicole.hand@nechv.org or at 617-997-1065 with changes to your foursome, or with questions or concerns. More information about the new date will be available shortly. Thank you for your patience.


Please join us for the 3rd annual Chipping In for Veterans Golf Tournament!

Monday, June 4, 2018
10:00am registration
12:00pm shot-gun start
Field is limited to ensure acceptable field of play.

Dedham Country and Polo Club
124 Country Club Road
Dedham, MA 02026

We are excited to announce that the tournament will once again take place at the newly renovated, members-only Dedham Country and Polo Club. This is a breathtakingly scenic and historic Seth Raynor course, with brand new greens and six hole changes.

All proceeds raised at Chipping In for Veterans will directly impact the vital programs and services offered at the New England Center and Home for Veterans.

For more information, please contact Nicole Hand, Director of Sponsorships and Events, at 617-997-1065 or nicole.hand@nechv.org.

About the Center

The New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV) is the nation’s largest, not-for-profit, and community-based support organization dedicated to serving challenged Veterans of all eras. The NECHV was founded in 1989 as a shelter for Veterans experiencing the disruptive condition of homelessness. Since then, it has transformed its focus to a Veteran-centric health and wellness service provider. The Center now offers more effective and timely services for the most disaffected and vulnerable Veterans by providing more prevention and wellness focus programs including comprehensive case management, employment assistance, housing assistance, transitional housing programs, and the on-site Veterans Training School (VTS).

The NECHV serves 150 meals a day and provides transitional housing and residential services and community-based, in-home support services to over 1,300 Veterans a year to keep them stable and successful. Through collaborations in the community and in partnerships with various public and private agencies, the staff assists over 300 formerly homeless Veterans become successfully housed each year. The VTS enrolls over 250 Veterans and helps place over 160 into meaningful employment each year.