The 2021 Window World / Beatitude House Golf Outing, held Monday, July 26th, generated over $37,000 to benefit disadvantaged women and children served by Beatitude House.

The sold-out event, took place at The Lake Club, Poland Ohio and included golf, lunch, dinner, a live auction and bourbon signing by Ray Mancini.

Fred Moran, co-owner of Window World and board member of Beatitude House, could not have been happier with the support of the event. “We’ve been doing this event for 25 years, but this year pulled out all the stops to create a high-quality outing, says Fred. “We are grateful for the overwhelming support, and look forward to next year’s bigger and even better event to benefit Beatitude House.

About Beatitude House

Beatitude House is committed to serving all disadvantaged women and children. By creating homes, providing educational opportunities and fostering healthy families, they provide women and children with the opportunity to transform their lives.

Currently, Beatitude House provides housing for 47 families. Beatitude House also offers language and education support to immigrants through our Immigrant Outreach program, as well as mentoring and financial aid to low-income students seeking to further their education through our Ursuline Sister Scholars Program. To date, Beatitude House has served more than 7,000 women and children. To learn more about how you can help visit

About Window World

Window World, family owned and operated by Fred, Pat and Patrick Moran, offers homeowners replacement windows, doors and vinyl siding. On business since, 2002, the family owns Window World franchise locations in Youngstown, Akron, Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio, Pittsburgh, Pa and Weirton WV.