Record Amount Raised During Third Annual Chipping in for Charities Golf Tournament

$56K raised in support of Brain Matters During Chipping in for Charities Golf Tournament

This year’s tournament was hosted to support the non-profit organization, Brain Matters, in which $56K in funds were raised.



“At i2, it is our people who come first. When we saw first-hand what an incredible organization Brain Matters was, we all agreed that they would be the one to benefit from our annual golf tournament,” said Scott Farrell, i2 Construction President.

This year’s charity, Brain Matters, was selected after the wife of i2’s Senior Project Manager, William Pearson, had received life saving care for her brain tumor at Littleton Adventist Hospital. It was at this hospital where the Brain Matters campaign first began to advance neurological care. As a result, Pearson’s wife is highly involved with the mission of Brain Matters to bring life-changing innovation for all of Colorado and beyond.

“The generosity of the i2 Construction team will live for years to come in the Denver Metro area,” said Jillyan McKinney, Littleton Adventist Hospital CEO. “With their contributions, our community will have access to nationally renowned neurological care, from epilepsy and Parkinson’s Disease to brain tumors and strokes. Our families will benefit from their support.” 

Each year gathers more momentum than the previous year for this tournament. In 2018, i2 had the privilege of raising $20,000 for Family Homestead, an agency that develops transitional housing programs for the Denver area. Then during last year’s event in 2019, the tournament raised $32,500 for Dirt Coffee Bar, a coffee shop with the mission of employing and empowering individuals with autism. This being the third year of the tournament, i2 Construction was thankful to receive an abundance of support to bring needed funds to Brain Matters.