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Each year, Nassau County AHRC Foundation renews and celebrates its commitment to children and adults with developmental disabilities at its Rose Ball.
The Rose Ball seeks to ensure that regardless of budget cuts and changes in the economic and political climate, services for people with special needs will continue now and into the future.
Friday, June 14, 2019
Crest Hollow Country Club I Woodbury, NY
Leadership Award Recipient
Neal L. Sweeney
Marketing Executive | CIGNA Healthcare
Humanitarian Award Recipient
Judge Gail Prudenti
Dean and Executive Director | Center for Children, Families and the Law
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University
Ways to get involved:
» Attend the Rose Ball
» Purchase a Journal Ad
» Become a Sponsor
» Make a 100% Tax-Deductible Donation
For more information contact Jennifer Apelian at 516-626-1000 X1139 or email@example.com
Join us “fore” a good cause!
AHRC Foundation continues its mission of improving the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities across Long Island. The Foundation supports pre-school inclusion, respite and recreation, job readiness and employment opportunities, health and dental care, guardianship and legal services.
11AM – Check-in & Brunch
12:30 – Shot Gun
5PM – Award Buffet Dinner
Ways to Get Involved:
- Register to participate in the Golf Tournament
($475 per golfer, each golf registration includes Brunch, Golf, Grill, Awards Dinner Buffet and a $135 tax-deductible contribution)
- Register to purchase an Awards Dinner Reception Ticket
($175 per person, does not include any tax-deductible contribution)
- Become a Sponsor – There are various levels of sponsorship
- Make a 100% Tax-deductible Contribution
For more information contact Jennifer Apelian at 516-626-1000 X 1139 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraising teams are forming and anticipation is building as the AHRC Walk is quickly approaching.
Join our community on September 29th for an amazing experience filled with activities, entertainment, snacks and celebration. More than 1,200 walkers will gather in Eisenhower Park to walk in support of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.