Robert F. Kennedy hosts 34th annual Golf Tournament in Hyannis Port

NEW YORK, October 4, 2023Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights will host its 34th annual golf tournament on Friday, October 13, at the Hyannisport Club in Hyannis Port, Mass.

Special guests from the sports and entertainment industries will join Kerry Kennedy, the president of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, and several members of the Kennedy family, for the day’s festivities. VIP attendees include actor/comedian Keegan-Michael Key; actors Tim Daly, Richard Kind, Dennis Haysbert, and Matt McCoy; actress Corbin Reid; former Pittsburgh Steelers player Max Starks IV; former New England Patriots players Tully Banta-Cain and Max Lane; and former Boston Red Sox player and Cy Young Award winning pitcher Jim Lonborg, among others. Teeing off at 11:00 am, the tournament will conclude with closing festivities and an awards ceremony.

The Hyannisport Club is less than a mile from the Kennedy Compound and has been a favored venue for the family for generations. Proceeds from the tournament support Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights’ programs and strategic litigation, powering the organization’s social justice and civil rights work around the globe.

“Year after year, our faithful donors, advocates, and friends come together to celebrate the work of this organization and the power of our combined efforts,” said Kerry Kennedy. “The unwavering support and generosity of this community fuels our day-to-day work and enables Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights to continue building the more peaceful and just world my father envisioned.”

This year’s event is made possible by Nike, American Airlines, Dooney & Bourke, and many other corporate and individual supporters.

Learn more about RFK Human Rights and how to join the upcoming golf tournament at Photos will be available after the event.

About Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

We are a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization that has worked to realize Robert F. Kennedy’s dream of a more just and peaceful world since 1968. In partnership with local activists, we advocate for key human rights issues—championing change makers and pursuing strategic litigation at home and around the world. And to ensure change that lasts, we foster a social-good approach to business and investment and educate millions of students about human rights and social justice.

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