Community and Business Leaders To Participate in Upcoming Charity Golf Event in Support of Berkeley College

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Community and business leaders from across the Tristate area will gather at the Wild Turkey Golf Course at Crystal Springs Golf Resort in Hamburg, NJ, on Sept. 19, in order to assist the Berkeley College Foundation in its mission to support students pursuing quality experiences in higher education.

Supporters of the inaugural Berkeley College Foundation Golf Outing can play a round of 18 holes of golf, network, and bid on special items during the silent and live auctions. Proceeds from the event will benefit the non-profit, charitable organization’s efforts in raising scholarship funds to help students defray the cost of tuition and participate in educational enrichment activities.

“Corporate scholarship support is an excellent way to ensure student achievement and academic success,” said Dario A. Cortes, PhD, Executive Director of the Berkeley College Foundation. “I would like to thank all our corporate partners for their commitment to make this possible.”

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Click here to register as a golfer and learn more about additional sponsorship opportunities for the Berkeley College Foundation Golf Outing.

To learn more about the Berkeley College Foundation, visit www.berkeleycollegefoundation.org, email info@berkeleycollegefoundation.org or call 844-489-5232

 

 

 

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