This year’s Menkes Developments Ltd. golf tournament raised $160,000 in support of health-care organizations that provide life-changing care. This year, the three recipients were West Park Healthcare Centre, Kensington Health and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute.

West Park Healthcare Centre provides specialized rehabilitation, complex continuing care, long-term care and community health services helping individuals manage difficult health challenges like lung disease, diabetes, stroke, amputation and musculoskeletal issues arising from a life-changing event or illness.

Kensington Health provides a diverse range of services, including long-term, hospice and community care, cancer screening, ophthalmology and eye-tissue processing for transplant.

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute helps people overcome the challenges of disabling injury, illness or age-related health conditions to live active, healthier and more independent lives.

Menkes is a fully-integrated real estate company involved in the construction, ownership and management of office, industrial, retail and residential properties. Through 20 years of charity golf classic events, they have raised more than $1.4 million.

“Menkes is more than just a city builder,” said Steven Menkes, low-rise division president. “For decades, we have proudly supported a wide range of health initiatives in the communities in which we operate our business.”

Photo: Steven Menkes, low-rise division president and Peter Menkes, commercial/industrial division president, present a cheque to Toronto Rehab Foundation, one of three organizations benefiting from its 20th annual golf classic