GLEN HEAD, NY – On June 25, 2015, Hempstead-based EAC Network hosted its 26th Annual Golf for Good at the exquisite North Shore Country Club. The day honored former EAC Network Chief Operating Officer Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., now President & CEO at the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, and former EAC Network Board Member, Matthew L. Smith, President of Standard Valuation Services, Inc., for their dedication to EAC Network and to helping the community at large.
Donna Leto, EAC Network Board Member, Paul Monahan, Kenntha Pettus, Tony Verdirame. Photo: Judy Walker Photography
“We are truly indebted to those who come out and support our golf outing each year,” explains Lance W. Elder, President & CEO at EAC Network, “and this year is no different. We thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts for helping us to continue our work to empower, assist, and care for people in need across Long Island and New York City.”
Lance W. Elder, EAC Network President & CEO, Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., Honoree. Photo Judy Walker Photography
Following a beautiful day on the course, guests gathered for a dinner reception emceed by the one and only Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling. Over $140,000 was raised from event participation, including a generous contribution from lead sponsor, BWD Group, LLC. These much-needed funds will support all of the human service agency’s programs and services that protect at-risk children, support senior citizens, help people with mental health and substance abuse problems, educate people seeking financial independence, assist individuals who are under or unemployed, mediate disputes, and work with families in crisis.
Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., Honoree, Rebecca Bell, EAC Network Vice President & COO, Matthew L. Smith, Honoree. Photo Judith Walker Photography.
ABOUT EAC NETWORK
Founded in 1969, EAC Network is a not-for-profit human service agency with a network of over 70 programs throughout Long Island and New York City whose mission is to respond to human needs with programs and services that protect children, promote healthy families and communities, help seniors, and empower individuals to take control of their lives. Among those the organization assists are children who have been physically or sexually abused, senior citizens needing support, people struggling with substance abuse and/or mental illness, youth in the foster care system, persons on public assistance seeking financial independence, adults and youth who are under or unemployed, individuals needing help to mediate disputes, and families in crisis.For more information about EAC Network, please call 516-539-0150 or visit www.eac-network.org, facebook.com/eacnet, and @EACNet.
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