Builders Care, the nonprofit arm of the Lee Building Industry Association (BIA), will host its fourth annual miniature golf tournament to raise funds to help local homeowners in need. BIA members and the community are invited to come out and play a round of 18 holes and join in the festivities to benefit local elderly and disabled homeowners in need.

On Oct. 11, golf professionals and amateurs alike will tee off at Castle Golf, located at 7400 Gladiolus Dr. in Fort Myers. The cost for individual adults is $20 or $60 for a family of four. Children under 12 are $10 each. Registration will begin at 5 p.m. and scramble will start at 6 p.m. Beverages, snacks and prizes will be provided.

“This is a perfect opportunity for the whole family to come together to help raise funds that will ultimately help a local neighbor in need,” said Heidi Taulman, Builders Care executive director.

Mini Golf Tournament sponsors include the Lee BIA, Bolaños, Truxton, P.A. and Kinetico Quality Water.  Sponsorship opportunities are still available.

Registration information for the Mini Golf Tournament fundraiser is available online at . All proceeds will help Builders Care provide emergency construction services to elderly and disabled Lee County homeowners in need.

Builders Care is the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association (BIA). Its objective is to provide emergency repairs and construction services to elderly, disabled and economically disadvantaged people who are unable to obtain home repairs through traditional means. Builders Care enlists the volunteer services of Lee BIA members and leverages grants and donated materials to provide construction and remodeling services to qualified homeowners throughout LeeCounty. Builders Care is headquartered at the Lee BIA offices at 10501 six Mile Cypress Parkway, Suite 104, Fort Myers FL 33966. Donations can be made online at, or to the Builders Care general fund at BB&T (formerly Colonial Bank) Page Field branch at 4959 South Cleveland Avenue in Fort Myers. Moreinformation is available by calling 239-938-0056.