Employment Horizons Golf Classic benefits the disabled

Employment Horizons’ Executive Director, Jurate Fiory, poses with Howard Gogel, President and CEO of My Limo of East Hanover, the event’s title sponsor.

Golfers enjoyed a day in support of the 9th Annual Employment Horizons Golf Classic at Spring Brook Country Club in Morristown Monday, June 16.

 The Golf Classic has raised almost half a million dollars since 2005.

All proceeds benefit the nearly 500 people with disabilities that the Cedar Knolls-based non-profit assists each year by providing life altering job training and placement programs.

The Golf Classic was sponsored by My Limo of East Hanover, Associate Sponsors the Stephen and Beverly Rubenstein Foundation and Vision Real Estate Partners, along with golfer gift bag sponsor the Provident Bank Foundation.

Golfers enjoyed a beautiful day, dinner, silent auction, and 50-50 raffle.

To learn more about Employment Horizons or to get involved, contact Director of Community Relations Maria Florio at mariaflorio@ehorizons.org or visit www.emhorizons.org.

Employment Horizons is a member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce.