Child Rescue Coalition’s Third Annual Coalition Cup Raises $49,000 to Save Children From Sexual Abuse

  • October 26, 2019

OCTOBER 26, 2019 BOCA RATON, Fla.— Child Rescue Coalition’s third annual Coalition Cup Charity Golf Tournament was held on Saturday October 26th at the Boca Country Club by Waldorf Astoria. More than 72 golfers teed up and raised $49,000 to support Child Rescue Coalition’s mission to rescue children from sexual abuse by building technology for law enforcement to track, arrest and prosecute child predators. The event was sponsored by TransUnion, Vertical Bridge, Wally & Friends, the Fraternal Order of Police of Fort Lauderdale, G.R. Reid & Associates and Go Solar Power.

Golfers and event attendees who attended in support of the law enforcement community enjoyed a barbecue buffet lunch and cocktails while bidding on silent auction items including luxury gifts, dinners and family getaways. The Coalition Cup featured prizes for Golf Ball Launcher, Closest to the Pin, Longest Drive, Best Foursome and Best Dressed.

This year’s top foursome was from TransUnion. Team members Tim Martin, Alex Lugo, Danny Regan and Robert Seip all received commemorative crystal awards.

“We are overjoyed to have had such a successful golf tournament again this year,” said coalition founder and CEO Carly Yoost. “Our community came together to support law enforcement and children right here in South Florida.” The funding received will aid in the prevention of over 1,000 children from being sexually abused.

The coalition’s Child Protection System, used free of charge by law enforcement officials in 50 states and 96 countries, has been instrumental in helping to put an end to child sexual abuse.

The coalition has assisted in the arrest of nearly 12,000 child predators and the rescues of over 2,800 abused children in the last six years. For more information about Child Rescue Coalition, visit