Spectrum Designs & Nicholas Center golf outing supports autism initiatives

From left to right: Patrick Bardsley, Stella Spanakos and Nicole Sugrue, co-founders, Spectrum Designs & Nicholas Center. (Photo courtesy of John Martin Photography)

On Tuesday, Sept. 24, Spectrum Designs Foundation and Nicholas Center will host their annual fall classic golf outing at Meadow Brook Club in Jericho. The tournament will offer friendly competition on the links and will benefit individuals with autism at work and in the community.

“We are planning a lovely day of golf to support our life-changing autism initiatives. Your support enables us to offer pre-vocational training, employment, community integration and life skills to a segment of the population facing an 80 percent rate of unemployment and under engagement, once school-based services end at age 21. Your support makes a big difference!” said Stella Spanakos, co-founder of Spectrum Designs Foundation and Nicholas Center.

The golf outing includes brunch, a bbq lunch on the links, challenging contests and an awards reception. Opportunities to be a philanthropic leader and support both the two organizations and your business are available at www.sdfgolf19@givesmart.com or (516) 888-9635.

Submitted by Spectrum Designs Foundation. 


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