For the 16th consecutive year, Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney, L.L.C. (BSCF) will sponsor the Annual Golf & Tennis Classic benefiting New Jersey SEEDS. The event will take place on Monday, August 5 at Mountain Ridge Country Club in West Caldwell.
Golf registration and brunch will begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by the golf shotgun at 11:30 a.m. The tennis tournament will kick off at 2:30 p.m. Afterwards, players and guests are invited to join SEEDS for a cocktail reception, dinner, awards and auction.
“We are extremely grateful to Andy Schwartz and his colleagues at Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney,” says SEEDS’ president Ronni Denes. “Their generosity has contributed to the education of nearly 1,800 students over the years. SEEDS’ three academic programs have the same end goal – ensuring our students have the chance to earn a top-tier college education. The commitment of our friends to make the Annual Golf and Tennis Classic a success turns that goal into a reality for future scholars.”
Nearly 200 golfers, tennis players and guests supported SEEDS at the 2012 event, raising more than $180,000 in support of educational opportunities for New Jersey students. SEEDS has raised $1.83 million at this annual event since Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney’s partnership.
Registration and sponsorship information is now available. This year, guests may also participate in the Golf & Tennis Classic by supporting SEEDS’ Student Essentials Drive. Interested guests may make scholarship gifts on behalf of SEEDS scholars online or by contacting Sarah Cassidy at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 862.227.9148.
To receive high-res photos after the event, please contact Theresa Murray at email@example.com or at 862.227.9145.
About New Jersey SEEDS
Since its inception more than 20 years ago, New Jersey SEEDS has provided educational access for highly motivated, low-income students and created a viable path for them to achieve their full potential. SEEDS strives for a world in which young people’s initiative, creativity and intellect can flourish without regard to socioeconomic status. To date, nearly 1,800 scholars have benefited from its programs. For more information, visit www.njseeds.org.