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So… Ready for a great day playing an amazing round of golf at a beautiful course this fall? And all for a good cause? If so, join us for a fun-filled day of championship golf, unbelievably delicious food, contests, exciting player gifts, raffles, awards and prizes at our Fifth Annual Arc of Burlington County Golf Classic at beautiful Riverton Country Club, 1416 Highland Avenue, Cinnaminson, NJ, on Monday, October 1st, 2018. 

Festivities begin at 10:00 a.m., with registration and a knock your socks off all-you-can-eat brunch until 11:30. Then we start to play, shotgun style, with contests and snacks and beverages on the course throughout the day. From 4:30 – 6:00, we’ll have drinks, prizes, awards and more fabulous food back at the clubhouse.

The cost per golfer is $175.00.

If you prefer to be a sponsor and let everyone know who you are, here are your options:


CORPORATE GOLD – $5,000 – Sponsor receives one foursome, prominent listing on sponsor board, cocktail reception sponsor, tee box signage and players gift bags.

CORPORATE SILVER – $2,500 – Sponsor receives one foursome, listing on sponsor board, hole-in-one sponsor, longest drive sponsor, closest-to-pin sponsor, tee box signage and players gift bags.

EAGLE – $1,500 – Sponsor receives one foursome, listing on sponsor board, tee box signage and players gift bags.

BIRDIE – $750 – Sponsor receives one twosome, listing on sponsor board, tee box signage and players gift bags.

INDIVIDUAL PLAYER – $175 – Individual player receives players gift bag.


BRUNCH – $2,000

COCKTAILS/HORS D’OEUVRES – $1,500                        






Click our orange MAKE A DONATION button at the top of this page to pay by credit card or PayPal.  On the write a note line tell us what sponsorship you’d like and list the names and addresses of all the players in your group.

Prefer to pay by check? Send it to The Arc of Burlington County, 115 E. Broad Street, Burlington, NJ 08016 (and note Golf Classic on the memo line). Be sure to list the names and addresses of all the players in your group. 


All proceeds from this event benefit programs and services provided by The Arc of Burlington County. We are a 501 (c )(3) non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families throughout Burlington County.




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Money raised from fundraising events goes to sponsor a variety of recreational and social events open to adults with a developmental disability throughout Burlington County. Many individuals with disabilities have difficulty accessing community resources that the rest of us take for granted, such as going out to dinner, seeing a movie, or socializing with friends and neighbors. The Arc of Burlington County is committed to ensuring that everyone in our community has the opportunity to take part in a wide array of social and recreational activities that help to build self-esteem, enable new friendships, encourage participants to become active members of their communities and, ultimately, help them live healthier and happier lives. In addition to that, we also provide help to people with and without disabilities living on their own in the community and who may experience a suddeElks barbecue party 1n emergency. For example, last winter we arranged for delivery of firewood to an elderly couple who found themselves temporarily unable to purchase firewood for their home’s only source of heat, a wood-burning stove. Another young man had no money left after paying his bills to get a winter coat. Others may at times find themselves short of food. Money raised from our events stays in the community and directly benefits our neighbors.

Our two major annual fundraising events are the Annual Step Up For The Arc Walkathon in May, and our Annual Golf Classic held in October. Please check our Fundraising Page or call us at 856-764-9494 for more information on how you can support these two events. As always, we thanks you for your support. 

The Arc relies on its many wonderful donors to help fund our events, programs and resources for children and adults with special needs. To all of you who have given so generously, we thank you!

The Arc of Burlington County’s Recreation Department offers a variety of interesting events for adults with developmental disabilities: monthly dances, evenings out for dinner, day trips to special events and shows, seasonal trips to New York and other exciting locations, picnics, barbecues, and lots more. But because our funding is very limited, we rely heavily on the wonderful organizations and folks who sponsor many of our events by providing refreshments, gifts, volunteer staffers, monetary donations, and the support all of our men and women enjoy.

Edgewater Park Women’s Club

The group includes Linda Dippold, Myra Rupp, Rita Gumb, Sue Closson, Marty Hall, Barbara Riceman, Mary Anne Powell, Anna Maria Paglione, Anita Marris, Joan Nowak, and Barbara Albano.

Soroptimist Club Mt. Holly Elks: Back row – Richard Haines, Ciara Heisler, Matthew Simmons; Center row – Theresa Mangone, Sandy Haines, Jenn McHose, Jessica Simmons; Front – Kevin Mangone

What would Halloween be without our annual Halloween Dance sponsored for so many years by the busy members of the Edgewater Park Women’s Club? Our dancing ghosts and witches love the evening not only for the fun but also for the wonderful refreshments these ladies so generously provide as well. And they don’t stop at Halloween; they start off each year by sponsoring our April Seventies get-togethers, too. Thanks for all you do!

Our annual Semi-formal Dance in May, as well as our summer barbecue and pool party in Hainesport, have long been possible because of the generosity and dedicated efforts of the Mt. Holly Elks #848 Special Children’s Committee. They serve refreshments, provide food and chefs for our barbecue and, in general, help make both events special. We think the Elks enjoy themselves as much as the men and women in our programs do, and for that, we’re grateful.

From left, Amy Berg and Jason Yoder, longtime dance attendees, and members of The Soroptimists group who volunteered their help: Meghan, Jackie January Dance Sponsorsand Don Reardon.

Home Depot: The photo pictures Ricky and Denise Ortiz, Santa, Danette Palmore, Jennifer Serpico and Joe Williams.

The local Soroptimists International group sponsors our St. Patrick’s Day dance, a December dance and volunteers.

Our Christmas dance is always fun. The Home Depot store employees supply hot dogs, chips and juice, and Santa (Nick Blassman) is always his usual, jovial self. Special thanks needs to go to UFCW Local 152, without whose help we wouldn’t have such a good time.

The Willingboro Knights of Columbus Sacred Heart Council

From left, Robinson Riviere, Butch Paramore, Joe Ponisciak, Kevin McCool and Pat McCool.

regularly sponsors our November and January dances, and we thank all who work so hard to make the event enjoyable for everyone who comes out.

They’re a generous bunch, serving pizza and other snacks to our hungry dancers. In the past, they’re held “Movie Afternoons” for some of our group home ladies, as well, who were treated not only to a great movie but also lots of TLC, makeup sessions and manicures. Without the help of the Hainesport Fire Company and Auxiliary, our yearly dance schedule wouldn’t run as smoothly or be as much fun.

Good friends from the Hainesport Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary — Sarah Patras, Lisa Evans, Shelby Maccar, Jillian Layman and Mary Ann Pondish — who have been sponsoring dances in September and June for so many years we can’t count them all!

Faculty advisors Laurie Hyland, Kathleen Hennelly and Carol Loza, and right, the balloon creators!

Our Annual Casino Night and Dance has been sponsored each February for the past gazillion years by the Interact Club of Cinnaminson High School. The students continually amaze us with their organization and dedication, and each year seems better than the last!  Interact members continually come up with new ideas for “games of chance” that our men and women participate in and win tickets for, then cash in for prizes from the hundreds of donations the students solicit throughout the year. Lat year’s “tattoo parlor,” balloon hat, animal table and bowling alley were big hits along with the refreshments and dancing. Thanks to everyone who helps make this one of our most popular events.


Each year brings with it a new list of wonderful donors to our Learn-A-Way Developmental Day Care Center to add to those of previous years. 2015′s list includes all of these generous folks:

Santa Kirk Nolan CVS/Caremark of Lumberton staff

The Holy Eucharist Church of Tabernacle members
The employees of the Delran Target Store Giving Tree
The Second grade class of the North Hanover School in Wrightstown, NJ
Volunteer Extraordinaire, Kathy Appleton

The Ravitz Family Foundation
Seneca High School Student Council
CVS of Lumberton, NJ

Jason Verdone from The Learning Resource Center

St. John Newman Knights of Columbus Council #1436
The Church of Holy Eucharist

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