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Golf Outing Sept 27 to Benefit Services for People with Disabilities, Youth at Risk

By rlsmetro on
Cranford

Golfers will tee up to boost services for people with disabilities and youth at risk in New Jersey at the Community Access Unlimited Annual Golf Classic on Sept. 27.

CAU is thrilled to welcome supporters in person at Cedar Hill Golf and Country Club in Livingston.

The event starts at 8 a.m. Attendees will also enjoy a cocktail reception and silent auction with vacation packages and other prizes.

Registration is available on Eventbrite and at caunj.org.

Proceeds from the outing benefit Community Access Unlimited services for more than 3,000 individuals and families across New Jersey.

Community

CAU is based in Union County and works statewide to help integrate people with disabilities and youth at risk into the community through comprehensive supports.

Services include housing, vocational and life skills training, education, recreation, advocacy, in-home services and more.

“It’s a fun event- it’s a great way for me to network with people and support a good cause,” said Robert D’Alia, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Advisor and a longtime supporter of the agency.  

“I like to support CAU. I really think it’s a great organization and I’m happy to be a part of it.”

The event is also an opportunity for CAU to connect with members of the local business community and thank them for their support, and to let new people know about the many programs CAU offers. 

“We wouldn’t be able to accomplish as much as we do in our mission of enabling members to lead full and happy lives in the community without support and strong partnerships,” said Saranya Thana, director of fundraising.

“We’re excited to meet and reconnect with everyone in person.”