Play golf and make a difference in the lives of hundreds of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities!
8:30 AM | Registration & Breakfast
10:00 AM | Tee- off
3:00 PM | Lunch & Awards
The Arc Gloucester's annual golf tournament is one of the longest running golf tournaments in Gloucester County.
When you golf with us or sponsor our event, you are directly impacting the lives of over 600 individuals with autism, Down Syndrome and other forms of intellectual and developmental disabilities within our community.
Your partnership and support allows us to continue advocating for the individuals we serve, and provide life changing programs and services!
Come and enjoy a day full of fun while supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Arc Gloucester's 2023 Annual Golf Tournament will be in honor of Shari Hulitt. For the past year, Shari has used her title and platform to raise awareness and inspire others to get involved with The Arc Gloucester.
While Shari and her family have been involved with The Arc Gloucester for 10 years as an advocate and volunteer, their connection digs deeper. Shari is the primary caretaker of her brother, Andy, who attends one of The Arc Gloucester’s day programs as well as their summer camp, Camp Sun N’ Fun.
As Mrs. South Jersey, Shari has volunteered for many of The Arc Gloucester’s events, such as their golf tournament and annual walk-a-thon. In addition, she was the guest speaker at The Arc Gloucester’s annual in-service where she could speak directly with staff and share the impact the programs have had on her life as well as her brother’s.
Shari has used her platform to help The Arc Gloucester achieve their vision of providing individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities with equal opportunities to live, work and socialize within their chosen communities.
The Arc Gloucester is pleased to recognize Neil Raimo as our 2023 Bob Shryock Memorial Award Recipient. Neil is a tremendous advocate for himself and others. He is involved in the community through his group home, social clubs such as 'Friends Night Out', and independently.