June 13, 2019 | Greenwich Time

GREENIWCH — A total of 100 golfers competed in the first annual Abilis Sound Therapy Golf Scramble at Griffith E. Harris Golf Course in Greenwich on Wednesday.

The best-ball, shotgun-start scramble included a continental breakfast, lunch, open bar and prizes. More than $20,000 was raised at the event to benefit the Abilis sound therapy program, as well as other unfunded therapies provided by the organization. Abilis is a Greenwich-based nonprofit organization that provides services and support for more than 700 individuals with special needs and their families.

June 13 Golf Outing

June 5, 2019 | Patch

The Greenwich Junior United Way (GJrUW) – in partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich and the Greenwich YWCA – will host the second annual "Together We Shine" red carpet celebration for Abilis. The "Roaring Twenties" themed event will take place on Saturday, June 8, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich at 4 Horseneck Lane. Registration is free and open to all local high school students and recent graduates, ages 14-20. To reserve tickets, visit

"'Together We Shine' is an incredibly special evening for everyone involved, bringing together high school students and Abilis members for a fun night celebrating the differences, abilities, needs and dreams in everyone," said Amanda Finn, GJrUW Program Coordinator.

Last year's successful inaugural event was attended by more than 150 Abilis members and high school students. More than 75 students have already signed up for this year's event.

June 5 2019 Together We Shine

May 16, 2019 | Greenwich Time

Abilis, a non-profit organization that provides services and supports individuals with special needs and their families, will host its first annual Sound Therapy Golf Scramble on Wednesday, June 12, at the Griffith E. Harris Golf Club in Greenwich.

The golf event begins at 7:30 a.m. with a shot-gun start at 8:30 a.m. and includes a continental breakfast, lunch, open bar and prizes. The tax deductible tickets are $175. Funds raised at the golf event will help to support Abilis’ Sound Therapy program.


May 15, 2019 | Greenwich Sentinel

By Richard Kaufman

Since 1951, Abilis has provided services and support, from birth on, for individuals with special needs in Greenwich and the lower Fairfield County area.

Abilis offers early intervention and customized therapies to help individuals achieve important developmental milestones. As people enter adulthood, Abilis also provides a wide range of life service programs, such as recreational activities, transition and life skills support, job training, competitive and supported employment and a choice of residential options.

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