Donald Trump Hosts the 4th Annual CaP Cure PRO-AM Tennis Benefit Raised $2.5 Million for Prostate Cancer

Trump Nets Namesake Tourney Win For Charity

Trump, with partner David Adams, defeats Vince Spadea/Michael Milken at Pro-AM, which raises S2.5 million for CaP Cure.

For the second consecutive year. Donald Trump beat out the competition Sunday to win the benefit pro-am tennis tournament he hosts at his Mar-a-lago Club – It’s exciting to be a winner said Trump, paired with Seth African David Adams, ranked No 7 in world double. ‘My partner was superb He certainly has what it takes to produce victories. The billionaire developer won last year’s Donald J. Trump Pro-AM Invitational Tennis Tournament with the aid of Australia’s Andrew Lie who was absent sunday.

Sunday’s tournament raised $2.5 million for CaP Cure, the Association for the Cure of Cancer of the Prostate. Trump and Adams beat pro Vince Spadea and CaP Cure founder Michael Milken 4-3(5-4) in a final-round, sudden-death tie-breaker. Adams ended the match with an explosive overhead return of a lofty lob. “This was a spectacular finish to a match that was close all the way,” said Anthony Boulle. Mar-a-Lago’s tennis director and event organizer.

Financier Milken was equally as excited after the final match, but for a different reason. 

Donald Trump Hosted a Fundraiser for the Alzheimers Association at his Penthouse Apartment

Donald Trump and his wife, Melanie, hosted an invitation-only party in the penthouse of Trump Park Avenue and gave guests a gift certificate for a two-night stay and spa treatments. The party was a fund-raiser for the Alzheimer’s Association, with a price of $1,200 per person.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melanie, hosted an invitation-only fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association in the penthouse of Trump Park Avenue
Donald Trump and his wife, Melanie, hosted a fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association in the penthouse of Trump Park Avenue

Donald Trump Hosted Trump Invitational and Donated a $100,000 as well as Donating Two Golf Outings Auctioned Off for $68,000 to the 2014 FTI GCC

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“The second annual Trump Invitational Grand Prix, will be held on Sunday, January 5, at The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach, Fla. Bringing together the best in the equestrian sport of show jumping for a day of fantastic competition and charity fundraising, guests will also enjoy a performance by multi-platinum recording artist and four-time Grammy nominee, Hunter Hayes.”

“More than 600 charities applied for a chance to be one of the 34 participants. Following a series of random drawings to select the charities, the organizations will be paired with one of the rider teams and awarded a prize money donation based on their team’s performance. The winning rider team’s charity will be awarded $150,000 and the remaining prizes will be based on a sliding scale with every charity guaranteed to win a minimum of $10,000. This year’s event is expected to raise more than $1.75 million with all of the proceeds to be donated to the participating charities.”


FTI GREAT CHARITY CHALLENGE short version from Heather Buchanan on Vimeo.