July 16, 2012 – Webster, NY – The Wolf Foundation’s 25th Annual “Teeing Off for Abilities” Golf Tournament will take place on Monday, July 16th at Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, NY. The day kicks off with registration and breakfast at 8am, a ceremony honoring our Veterans at 9:20am, with the shotgun start at 10am, followed by a midday lunch, wrapping up with dinner and the award presentation taking place at 4:30pm. Diamond Sponsors for this year’s event are Relph Benefit Advisors and Supreme Group.
“I would like to thank The Wolf Foundation for putting on this tournament every year to raise money for unfunded services at CDS Monarch. Warrior Salute relies one-hundred percent on community donations, and I am grateful to everyone who has stepped forward to support it. The proceeds from this year’s tournament will allow CDS Monarch to continue assisting Veterans, and their families, to make a successful transition back into their communities,” stated Sankar Sewnauth, CDS Monarch President/CEO.
Warrior Salute™ provides clinical therapies and counseling, vocational rehabilitation and real life training, family support, and temporary apartment housing to Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI). Many lives have been transformed for the better in the pilot stages of Warrior Salute™, however there are many more still in need.
CDS Monarch fulfills transitional and employment needs of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families through the Life Transitions program, Warrior Salute™ service, a CDS Monarch Senior Living division, and Unistel, a subsidiary of CDS Monarch. The Wolf Foundation, Inc. is a community-sustained endowment established in support of CDS Monarch, Inc. CDS Monarch is guided by the belief that everyone deserves the opportunity to lead a productive, fulfilling life with quality and choice of services. To learn more about CDS Monarch please visit www.cdsmonarch.org. To learn more about Warrior Salute™ please visit www.cdswarriorsalute.org.