Join Disaster Restoration Services for Their First Annual Charity Golf Tournament

(MIDDLETOWN, Conn. April 3, 2017) – Disaster Restoration Services (DRS), a member company of DKI, North America’s largest disaster restoration contracting organization, today announced they will be hosting their first annual charity golf tournament on August 17, 2017 at Lyman Orchards Golf Club on Lyman Road. All proceeds will go to the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation and Connecticut Food Bank.

The 18-hole tournament will be held at Robert Trent Jones Course at 9:00 AM sharp. All golfers will compete in scramble-format, and prizes will be awarded for putting, longest drive, hole-in-one and other contests. Raffle tickets will also be available for purchase. Prizes include electronics, gift cards, sports tickets and more.

You can register by visiting, or contacting DRS Event Coordinator Tammy Strong for more information at 860-788-6822. Register by August 7 and save $25. Registration includes access to all festivities with breakfast and lunch provided. The lunch reception is also available for purchase to non-golfers.

About Disaster Restoration Services

Disaster Restoration Services (DRS) can take any disaster clean up from start to finish. DRS is available 24/7 and services all of Connecticut. DRS provides services for: Water Mitigation, Fire Damage Clean Up, Storm Damage Clean Up and Mold Remediation. Not only can DRS do the mitigation, but DRS can also handle the remodel. Doing Restoration Strong! For more information, visit or

About the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation

The mission of the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation (CBCF) is to promote burn prevention and help burn survivors lead productive and successful lives through the Children’s Burn Camp. The CBCF operates the Children’s Burn Camp for children ages 8 through 18, to promote self-discovery, build self-esteem and help children achieve a successful future despite challenges caused by their burn injuries. For more information, visit

About the Connecticut Food Bank

Founded in 1982 in New Haven, the Connecticut Food Bank is an affiliate of Feeding America. It partners with food retailers, growers, donors and volunteers to source food and distribute it through a network of community-based programs, including food pantries, soup kitchens, and emergency shelters that serve adults and children, as well through its Mobile Pantry, GROW Truck and Kids’ BackPack programs. To learn more, visit