The Wolf Foundation is hosting its 26th annual "Teeing Off for Abilities" golf tournament at Locust Hill Country Club, in Pittsford, next Monday, July 8. It is still accepting sponsors, volunteers and silent auction prizes for the event, which raises money for services for people with developmental disabilities, and for veterans.

“Every year The Wolf Foundation works hard to raise money to provide services to people with developmental disabilities and veterans. Many of these services are otherwise unfunded and so we rely on the philanthropic support of our local businesses and community,” said Sankar Sewnauth, president and CEO of CDS Monarch, which is based in Webster. The Wolf Foundation, Inc. is a
community-sustained endowment established in support of CDS Monarch.

Sewnauth added that the proceeds from this year’s tournament will allow CDS Monarch to invest in new community living opportunities, make residential improvements, and continue to assist Veterans, and their families, to make a successful transition back into their communities.

Volunteers are welcome to sign up to help out on the day of the event. Contact Amber Johnson at Amber.Johnson@TheWolfFoundation.org or
(585) 347-1205 to get involved.



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