Nearly 400 golfers took to the links inside the Trumbull Public Library Monday for IMPACTrumbull\u2019s mini golf fund-raiser. The annual event is the only fund-raiser the group holds each year, according to volunteer Jenn Record. \u201cWe have very little administrative costs, just a website and a P.O. box, so everything else goes right back to the community,\u201d Record said. \u201cMembers donate their time and talent, and we\u2019re also very proud that virtually every project we do involves children. We\u2019re hoping to raise another generation of children that see what good can be done with just a little bit of time each month.\u201d In addition to the support from the community and local businesses that sponsored holes and donated raffle and silent auction items, Record credited the library, which opened its doors for the event on a day when the building would otherwise have been closed. \u201cThe library has been very, very supportive,\u201d she said. \u201cWe originally held this event in June, but it was more of a novelty to play golf in January.\u201d Record said the group was still tallying the total amounts raised, but said that nine different corporations had donated between $500 and $1,000, which the group will use toward ongoing initiatives, like the Blessings Bags and Care Caddies, which volunteers fill with toiletries and donate to local veterans homes, food pantries and domestic violence shelters. The other ongoing program is called Meeting Our Neighbors\u2019 Needs, Record said. \u201cThere are people in town that need support,\u201d she said. \u201cMaybe a parent or someone has undergone surgery and is out of work, or has lost a job or has a sick child. We provide meals, gasoline cards, gift cards, parking passes for hospitals so they can visit family members.\u201d Record said it was gratifying to see how much the event and IMPACTrumbull have grown in just a few years. \u201cWe keep beating our record every year, so we\u2019re hoping to set the bar even higher this year,\u201d she said.