C A T H E R I N E   M C AU L E Y 
C E N T E R ’ S  
2 5 T H  A N N U A L 
G O L F   TO U R N A M E N T
H O N O R I N G
J U L I E   J O R DA N
M E R C Y  WO M A N
O F   T H E  Y E A R
 
 
 
Monday, July 18, 2022
Wyoming Valley Country Club
Wilkes-Barre, PA 
  
Be a golfer
Attend the dinner
Be a sponsor
Make a donation 
 

Format and Information

Format: Captain and Crew
Shotgun Start: 12:30 pm
Cocktails: 5:30 pm
Dinner/Awards: 6:00 pm
Tournament Fee: $150.00 per golfer
Dinner Guest: $45.00

Tournament Fee Includes

* Lunch and dinner at the Wyoming Valley Country Club
* Cart and Greens Fees
* Practice Time on the Golf Range
* Refreshments
* Prizes
 

Non-Golfers 

You do not have to play golf to help support the Catherine McAuley Center for women and children experiencing homelessness. All donations have a direct impact in helping the Center provide not only housing but also supportive services including food, medical and health assessments, transportation and referrals and connections to community services for long term stability.
 
The cost of sheltering
$75.00 - Mother & Baby, 1 Day
$100.00 - Mother & Children, 1 Day
$150.00 - Mother & Baby, 3 Days
$200.00 - Mother & Children, 3 Days
$300.00 - Mother & Baby, 1 Week
$350.00 - Mother & Children, 1 Week
 
 
Contact Mary-Pat Ward, Development Director, at (570) 342-1342 or mpward@catherinemcauleycenter.org if you would like to:
 
* Join the Golf Committee
* Volunteer on the day of the event
* Make an in-kind donation (gift card or merchandise)
 
In-Kind Donations
All individuals and organizations that support the Swing for Mercy Golf Tournament are acknowledged during the dinner and in the formal Swing for Mercy program booklet. Gift certificates and merchandise are greatly appreciated as they support the tournament through raffles and prizes. These donations are a great way to enhance visibility for your business or organization. 
 
 
  

Julie Jordan
Mercy Woman of the Year 

Each year, at the annual Swing for Mercy Golf Tournament, the Catherine McAuley Center recognizes a woman who exemplifies the Mercy spirit of compassion and service through her own commitment to the mission of the Sisters of Mercy.
 
The Catherine McAuley Center takes great pride in honoring Julie Jordan as our 2022 Mercy Woman of the Year.
 
A native of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Julie is an active part of the local community, serving on the Catherine McAuley Center Board of Directors, and has cultivated long-standing relationships with a number of non-profit organizations.
 
Many people know Julie as she has documented countless important moments and milestones through the lens of her camera for families and our local community over the years. Her commitment to helping women and children experiencing homelessness is a testament to her compassion for all those in need.