Drive for Autism Foundation to Hold Eighteenth Annual Drive for Autism Golf Event
Submitted by Thomas Trezza
The Drive for Autism Foundation is pleased to announce that its annual golf event, Drive for Autism XVIII will be held at Royce Brook Golf Club in Hillsborough, NJ on September 16, 2019. The event consists of a morning round of golf followed by a barbeque. Special events include golf contests, raffles and a silent auction of sports memorabilia, game tickets and golf trips.
The Drive for Autism Golf Outing, which has been held since 2002, has raised and distributed over $740,000 to local school programs. Previous beneficiaries of grants were Morris Union Jointure Commission (New Providence, NJ), Salt Brook School (New Providence, NJ), AW Roberts School (New Providence, NJ), Union County Educational Services Foundation/Crossroads School (Westfield, NJ), Educational Partnership for Instructing Children, Paramus, NJ, Young Life (greater Summit area), Eden II/Genesis Programs (Staten Island, NY), Spectrum360 formally The Children’s Institute (Verona, NJ), and Seton Foundation/Mother Francheska Elementary School (Staten Island, N.Y).
Grant recipients use money to fund Health and Fitness Programs, Social Skills Programs, educational curriculum and teacher training, a van for community trips and transportation to job training centers, laptop computers, computer touch screens, iPads, video projectors and educational toys and games
The golf event is the main fundraising function for the foundation. Golfers are welcome as well as product donations and corporate sponsorships. For more information on how you can participate and our brochure, go to DriveForAutism.org, call 908-451-8033 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Drive for Autism Foundation:
Based in New Providence, New Jersey, The Drive for Autism Foundation (EIN#20-1760417), is a 501(3)(c) tax exempt public charity that was created in the Spring of 2002 for the sole purpose of raising and distributing funds for educational facilities specializing in students with autism.