A Hole in One Million

Partners for Youth with Disabilities

5 Middlesex Avenue, Suite 307

Somerville, Massachusetts 02145

www.pyd.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

A HOLE IN ONE MILLION: PYD’S GOLF FUNDRAISER GIVES THE CHANCE TO  WIN $1 MILLION

 

MARBLEHEAD, MA. (September 30, 2019) – Partners for Youth with Disabilities will hold its first golf classic event and fundraiser at Tedesco Country Club from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on September 30th that gives 10 participants the chance to win one million dollars with a hole in one for the Tom McCafferty Memorial Million Dollar Shoot-out. The event will also feature an auction that gives PYD participants the opportunity to win a brand new car. This supports Partners for Youth with Disabilities’ goal of growing their mentoring, career-readiness, and inclusion programs.

 

Registration includes the opportunity to meet PYD youth, 18 holes, 5 sets of tees, greens, driving range, cart and practice facility fees, a boxed lunch, on-course contest entries, dinner, and an auction reserved for fundraiser participants only.

 

The PYD community is excited to have Andrew Bentley, a member of our board of directors and his wife Rose McCafferty as the the creative hosts for this opportunity,” said Regina Snowden, founder and executive director of Partners for Youth with Disabilities. “We are thrilled to have the support that this charity event can bring to build the organization higher towards our ability to serve.”

 

Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by shotgun beginning at 12:00 p.m., and dinner and auction at 6:00 p.m to 7:30 p.m.

 

ABOUT:

PYD’s goal is to create a world where young people with disabilities can live with dignity and pride in who they are, and lead self-determined lives filled with purpose. To make this happen, PYD builds the skills and abilities of young people with disabilities, and increases the inclusivity of workplaces, organizations, and communities. PYD is a non-profit that offers a variety of programs such as one-to-one, group, and online mentoring; career readiness training, and disability inclusion training. They’ve acquired over 30 years of experience servicing  the greater Boston area and have 20 employees. Their headquarters is at 5 Middlesex Avenue, Suite 307 in Somerville, MA. 

 

  For further information, contact:

Nicole Ciarlone, Marketing Coordinator

617-556-4075 x133

Email: nciarlone@pyd.org

 

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A Hole in One Million

Partners for Youth with Disabilities

5 Middlesex Avenue, Suite 307

Somerville, Massachusetts 02145

www.pyd.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

A HOLE IN ONE MILLION: PYD’S GOLF FUNDRAISER GIVES THE CHANCE TO  WIN $1 MILLION

 

MARBLEHEAD, MA. (September 30, 2019) – Partners for Youth with Disabilities will hold its first golf classic event and fundraiser at Tedesco Country Club from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on September 30th that gives 10 participants the chance to win one million dollars with a hole in one for the Tom McCafferty Memorial Million Dollar Shoot-out. The event will also feature an auction that gives PYD participants the opportunity to win a brand new car. This supports Partners for Youth with Disabilities’ goal of growing their mentoring, career-readiness, and inclusion programs.

 

Registration includes the opportunity to meet PYD youth, 18 holes, 5 sets of tees, greens, driving range, cart and practice facility fees, a boxed lunch, on-course contest entries, dinner, and an auction reserved for fundraiser participants only.

 

The PYD community is excited to have Andrew Bentley, a member of our board of directors and his wife Rose McCafferty as the the creative hosts for this opportunity,” said Regina Snowden, founder and executive director of Partners for Youth with Disabilities. “We are thrilled to have the support that this charity event can bring to build the organization higher towards our ability to serve.”

 

Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by shotgun beginning at 12:00 p.m., and dinner and auction at 6:00 p.m to 7:30 p.m.

 

ABOUT:

PYD’s goal is to create a world where young people with disabilities can live with dignity and pride in who they are, and lead self-determined lives filled with purpose. To make this happen, PYD builds the skills and abilities of young people with disabilities, and increases the inclusivity of workplaces, organizations, and communities. PYD is a non-profit that offers a variety of programs such as one-to-one, group, and online mentoring; career readiness training, and disability inclusion training. They’ve acquired over 30 years of experience servicing  the greater Boston area and have 20 employees. Their headquarters is at 5 Middlesex Avenue, Suite 307 in Somerville, MA. 

 

  For further information, contact:

Nicole Ciarlone, Marketing Coordinator

617-556-4075 x133

Email: nciarlone@pyd.org

 

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