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It gives me a chance to open up and talk to other people that have the same “problem/issues” as myself, without feeling like I am being judged.

Golf Tournament

HCRS’ 6th Annual Golf Tournament for AutismHCRS’ 13th Annual "Non-Golf" Tournament to Support our Kindle Farm School

Due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, our 2020 Golf Tournament at the beautiful Woodstock Country Club has been cancelled. We are truly going to miss seeing all of you on the greens this year! However, we made this difficult decision based on the significant time commitment to organize our event and since an event our size is still not allowed.

However, the need for funding for our Kindle Farm School is greater than ever. The pandemic has increased our costs as we work diligently to continue to support students remotely. This has involved providing students and families with technology, access to food, and many other creative supports. Therefore, we decided to move ahead with a "non-golf" fundraiser in an effort to support these increased expenses. 

We're thankful for the ongoing support of The Richards Group, who has agreed to sponsor our non-event this year as well as the Woodstock Inn & Country Club for donating a one-night midweek stay with greens fees for 2 as a prize. Everyone who sends in a donation by July 15, 2020 will be entered into a raffle for this prize as well as greens fees at Rocky Ridge Golf Club and Loudon Country Club.

Although we're unable to hold an event this year, we hope you'll consider sending in a donation. 

Donations may be made online at the following link: Click here

You may also mail donation checks, made payable to HCRS, to Alice Bradeen, HCRS, 390 River Street, Springfield, VT 05156.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Alice at abradeen@hcrs.org or at (802) 886-4567 ext. 2191.

 

About Kindle Farm School

We hope you can join us in raising important funding for our Kindle Farm Alternative School which serves boys in grades 2-12. Kindle Farm serves students with a variety of emotional, behavioral, neurological, and learning needs. Students benefit from a setting that provides multiple hands-on learning experiences, an appreciation of multiple intelligences, a strong staff to student ratio, and the understanding that every student wakes up in the morning wanting to succeed.

Kindle Farm's mission is to provide a physically and emotionally safe school environment, using a combination of diverse activities, strong supervision, and guidance, so that students can discard old patterns and habits and discover and practice new ways to communicate, problem-solve, and learn more effectively.

www.kindlefarm.org

 

Our Tournament Sponsor:

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