The Detroit refinery hosted its 11th annual Motor City Golf Classic to benefit Habitat for Humanity Detroit. There were 238 golfers and 53 business partners at the event that raised more than $200,000 for the organization’s two-year critical home repair program.
“The Motor City Classic at Detroit’s Rouge Park golf course was a great reminder of how committed our employees and business partners are to the local community surrounding MPC’s Detroit Refinery,” said John Stefko, General Manager of the Detroit refinery. “Their hard work and donations have provided Habitat for Humanity Detroit with $219,000 to provide critical repairs for at least 15 local family homes in 2023. I am proud to watch the Detroit refinery family move our community forward.”
In addition to the money raised for Habitat for Humanity, the 50/50 raffle provided a $2,200 donation to First Tee – Greater Detroit, which teaches local Detroit youth how to play golf and along with life and leadership skills.