DCRF's inaugural event was, by all measures, a tremendous success.

With 119 golfers and 270 diners, festivities began at 10:00 am and lasted until 9:00pm.

Guests enjoyed margaritas, a mega-putt contest, bourbon tasting, pizza,

a silent & live auction, open bar and a delicious dinner.


Leon Harris kept the evening's event running smoothly as MC.

Guests cheered when DCRF Founders, Liz & Mitchell Rubenstein, announced that 

Montgomery County Public Schools has officially agreed to bring Our Minds Matter, 

the powerful mental health awareness and suicide prevention program, into schools this year.

It was an especially heartwarming moment to learn that Devon's home school,

Quince Orchard would be the first school to roll-out this powerful program.

Click this link to view the complete picture album 


photographs compliments of Shelly Bobruska

Click this link to enjoy a 5 minute video! 


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The Devon C. Rubenstein Foundation, Inc. ("DCRF") is recognized as a public charity under IRS Code Section 509(a) and is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 83-2564580. Donations to DCRF are tax deductible. Donors should contact their tax advisor for questions regarding deductibility.

A copy of the DCRF determination letter and Form 990 return is available upon request.

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