AHRC Foundation provides critical support for the programs and partner organizations of AHRC Nassau. It is through these programs and partner organizations that we are able to provide services across a lifetime. Participation in one of our many events throughout the year ensures that thousands of children and adults with developmental disabilities are able to enjoy lives in their communities that are as independent and fulfilling as possible.

AHRC Foundation Margiotta Memorial Golf Outing @ The Muttontown Club
Sep 14 @ 11:00 am

Thursday, September 14, 2017
The Muttontown Club
Muttontown, Long Island

11am – Check-in & Brunch
12:30 – Shot Gun
5pm – Award Buffet Dinner

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.

For nearly a decade,  the AHRC Foundation Golf outing has been led by three extraordinary community and business leaders: Frank Antetomaso, Anthony Bonomo and Rocco Trotta.  This year, after nearly a decade of leadership, they will be stepping down as our event chairmen.  By continuing the legacy of service trail blazed by Joe Margiotta, their efforts raised over $1,500,000 and provided critical start-up funds transforming opportunities for children and adults with special needs across their lifetime.

Please join us this year as we recognize, thank and affectionately “retire” our long serving chairmen for their service and all they have made possible for children and adults throughout the AHRC family.

Ways to Get Involved:

For more information contact Jennifer Apelian at 516-626-1000 X 1139 or japelian@ahrc.org

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Join Us at Loyaltown Lanes @ AMF Syosset Lanes
Oct 22 all-day

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Annual AHRC Walk @ Eisenhower Park
Oct 29 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm

Fundraising teams are forming and anticipation is building as the AHRC Walk is quickly approaching.
More than 1,200 walkers will gather in Eisenhower Park on
Sunday, October 30th
 to walk in support of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.