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.

Oct
6
Tue
Margiotta Memorial Golf Outing 2020 @ The Muttontown Club
Oct 6 all-day

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

The Muttontown Club
Muttontown, Long Island

11:00 a.m. – Check-in & Brunch
12:30 p.m. – Shot Gun
5 p.m. – Cocktails & Awards 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.

*The Muttontown Club is in full compliance with the Nassau County Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding social gatherings and the prevention of the spread of Covid-19.


Ways to Get Involved:

Registration is Closed

Make a 100% Tax-deductible Contribution

For more information contact 516-626-1000 X1139 or events@ahrc.org


 Sponsors (In Formation)


Event Champion Sponsors

Pilot Logo New


The PGA Sponsors


British Open Sponsors

 

Oct
18
Sun
2020 AHRC Walk Your Way @ Virtual Walk Celebration
Oct 18 @ 10:00 am
2020 AHRC Walk Your Way @ Virtual Walk Celebration | Walker | Minnesota | United States

This year, to keep our community safe, the Walk will occur virtually from a location of your choice, and culminate with a celebration (virtually) on October 18!

Walk your neighborhood, a local hiking trail, in your backyard—the options are endless!  Now through October 18, do any activity you love, have fun, and fuel a better future for people with developmental disabilities.