GOLF FUNDRAISER! HAVE FUN & HELP THOSE WITH INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Your support of our annual golf fundraiser goes toward improving the lives of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) by providing…
- Advocacy support
- Educational services
- Community support
- Residential and independent living options
- Recreational options
- Day programs
- And much more!
Why It Matters...
There are many individuals and families affected by intellectual and developmental disabilities. All too often the families don’t know where to turn when they need help. Families need a variety of services to support their loved ones. And those with I/DD deserve to feel like they are part of a community. They need to know that their lives matter and that they can learn new skills, enjoy higher education, experience independence, and live life to the fullest.
This is The Arc of Monmouth’s mission. And when you join our efforts, you become a hero to use that these families.
We Get It...
We understand what these families go through, having no support and nowhere to turn. The Arc was established by a group of parents who joined together to provide necessary services for their children. As a result, countless lives have changed. And we want to keep the momentum going, giving opportunities to individuals and impacting the world in a positive way.
Your Support Serves People with I/DD
This annual golf fundraiser brings in vital funds to support our many programs and services for individuals with I/DD.
Without the sustained support of donors and volunteers like you, those with I/DD and their families don’t get the appropriate care, training, programs, and education they need to live life to the fullest. Your support and partnership matters—from helping to grow our group homes and independent apartments to providing vocational and recreational opportunities.
Through this unique golf fundraiser, you are giving others an opportunity to grow in the following areas…
- Life skills training
- Health services
- Vocational training
- College program at Brookdale
- And more...
Thanks to generous financial supporters like you, individuals with I/DD can experience what it's like to be a part of a community, growing and learning new skills that equip them for their future. Finally, families have a place to turn and can feel confident their loved ones are set up for success.