Allegacy Federal Credit Union will host its 18th annual ‘Don’t Wait’ benefit golf tournament on October 12, 2017 at Bermuda Run Country Club in Davie County. Proceeds from the event will benefit Cancer Services, Inc.

To date, the DW Golf Tournament has donated nearly $825,000 to Cancer Services, Inc. The money goes directly to serve breast and ovarian cancer survivors, and women in the community through patient advocacy and information, medication and financial assistance, Pink Broomstick® support program, equipment, supplies, wigs and prostheses, library of information and inspiration, transportation to treatment, “Survive and Thrive!” wellness groups and programs, lifestyle programs for risk reduction and survivorship, and Healing Hands program. All services are offered at no charge to the patient. Cancer Services primarily serves residents in Forsyth, Davie, Stokes, and Yadkin Counties, but has assisted individuals all over North Carolina.

“Our Allegacy family is honored to support Cancer Services as it encourages survivors and their families to face each day with an unbreakable spirit,” said Cathy Pace, President and CEO, Allegacy Federal Credit Union. “Our employees, members, friends and family have continued to show such passion for giving back to the community in order to ensure the well-being of others is affected in a positive way. If someone you know is dealing with any type of cancer, we encourage you to contact Cancer Services.”

Sponsorship opportunities are available as well as openings for teams or individual players. Fees for a single player are $125 and team of four can register for $400. The tournament begins with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. For more information or to register, please go to

About Allegacy

For 50 years, Allegacy has helped its members, employees and the communities it serves be their best by helping people make smart financial choices. By doing right, Allegacy has become one of the largest credit unions in North Carolina serving over 138,000 members worldwide with over $1.3 billion in assets and an additional $1 billion dollars in assets under management in its financial planning group. With roots in Winston Salem, Allegacy has 14 locations and eight high school student-run credit unions. Allegacy offers personal and business financial services to help a broad membership base including the employees, retirees and families of over 700 companies throughout the country be their best. To learn more, visit