Hundred Hole Hike 2018

On May 21st at Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield, NJ, I'll be taking part in the Hundred Hole Hike for the sixth consecutive year, once again in effort to raise funds for autism-related causes. I'm happy and proud that my friends Chris Bartoli and Shaun Murphy will be joining me in this effort, where we'll be walking and playing 100+ holes of golf in a single day.

If you'd be interested in supporting us with a donation, please feel free to do so via one of the links below. If you're in the Westfield area on May 21st, stop by, say hello, and walk a few holes with us. We'll be there from about 5:00 am until 9:00 pm. I'm looking forward to an exciting day for a great cause. Thanks in advance to Suzanne Gaffney Vedder for the support she provides to make this event happen.

In an effort to "think globally, act locally," in addition to Els for Autism, we're looking to also raise funds for Crossroads School, run by the Union County Education Services Commission. Crossroads is a developmental school for children on the autism spectrum. It uses a multi-disciplinary approach and is the school my son Seamus attends. Funds raised for Crossroads will support initiatives like community-based field trips, a sensory suite and garden, and speech, occupational, and physical therapy enhancements to the overall curriculum. If donating to Crossroads, please add a note under the donation amount specifying "Crossroads - 100 Hole Hike."

The Els for Autism Foundation focuses on several programs for children and adults impacted by autism, including Education, Research, Global Outreach, Recreation Services, Therapy Services, and Adult Services.

If you're interested in making a donation per hole played, please reach out to me directly. Thanks very much for your support.


Els for Autism:

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