Golf for Abilis 

 

Abilis will be holding its first annual “Sound Therapy Golf Scrambler” on Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at the Griffith E. Harris Golf Club in Greenwich.

 

This is a wonderful opportunity to come out and play a round of golf, while supporting a vital community resource. Abilis is a Greenwich-based, non-profit organization that provides services and support for over 700 individuals with special needs and their families from birth through their lifespan.

 

Funds raised at the scrambler will help to support our Sound Therapy program. This non-funded program provides a calming environment for individuals with special needs to focus on the senses utilizing calming sounds, specialized scents, and vibrations. The benefits of sound therapy include relaxation techniques to help support physical and emotional health well-being by reducing stress and increasing positive communications. Our program participants after each session have reported more clarity, calmness, and regulated emotions.

 

In order to make the Sound Therapy Golf Scrambler a successful event, we need your help. Please consider supporting Abilis through one of the following:

 

 

We value participation at all levels. Our development team is available to answer any questions and to work with you to find the best option that meets your individual or business goals. Please contact Jennifer Flatow, Director of Development at 203-531-1880, ext. 161 or flatow@abilis.us for more information. With your help, together we can make a difference in the lives of hundreds of individuals and families who depend upon Abilis to achieve their potential and lead meaningful lives.

 

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Griffith E. Harris Golf Club

1300 King Street

Greenwich, CT

 

Schedule of Events

7:30 AM - Check In

8:30 AM - Shotgun Format Tee Time - Limited Space Available

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM - Lunch, Prizes, Open Bar

 




Questions?

Contact Donna Krausman at 203-531-1880 x107 or


Abilis, formerly Greenwich ARC, provides people with developmental disabilities and their families in lower Fairfield County, CT and parts of Westchester County, NY with support and advocacy for building able lives and strong communities. 50 Glenville Street, Greenwich CT 06831.