Unified Community Connections holds annual fundraising events that help enable the agency to continue to provide services and supports to those with disabilities and their families. Learn more about our special events including Hoodstock and the Golf Classic.
We are happy to share that Unified’s 15th Annual Golf Classic, presented by Dimensional Health Care Associates, Inc., is back on for 2021! As you know, we had to reschedule and then ultimately cancel our tournament last year due to the coronavirus. Well, this year we are BACK and excited to have our tournament scheduled for Monday, April 26 once again at the exclusive Elkridge Club in Baltimore.
We are expecting our normal sell out as everyone is eager to emerge from the cold winter pandemic months and enjoy the opportunity to be active outside and support Unified Community Connections!
Rest assured the health and safety of all golfers and supporters remain a top priority, therefore we will be following all current COVID protocols. We are grateful to still be able to host 100 golfers safely and with carts. However, golfers will need to wear masks, have their temperature checked upon arrival, and sign a general COVID waiver. Unfortunately we cannot plan for our traditional post-tournament cocktail party, but to make up for that we will be having several delicious and refreshing food and drink stations throughout the course for golfers to enjoy as they play. Other than those minor changes we plan to provide the same great crowd, the same great fun!
Click here to see our Registration Form that outlines the benefits of our sponsorships and foursomes at all levels. Our tournament does sell-out making it a great promotional and networking opportunity. Please complete and return to Lauren Bussard at email@example.com in order to secure your spot.
We look forward to kicking off this new golf season with you on April 26!
Contact Lauren Bussard at 443-449-2461 with questions.
Saturday, October 17, 2020
8:00 p.m. streaming via YouTube
Get Ready to ROCK ON-line!
What began as a few friends having a live music party at Otterbein neighbor and former board member Russ Causey and his wife Jennifer’s home, along with neighbors Larry and Gracie Musher, has grown into a major fun-raiser to benefit Unified Community Connections. Typically, Hoodstock is the anti-black-tie charity event where guests trade in their suits and gowns for jeans and tie-dye to kick-back and enjoy picnic food, beer, wine, a silent auction, good company, and most importantly live acoustic rock and folk music from the late ’60s and early ’70s. Approximately 350 people attended last year raising more than $93,000!
Although COVID-19 is keeping us from having our traditional Hoodstock event this year we believe THE SHOW MUST GO ON-line! This year’s event will be virtual and streamed online via YouTube. We’re excited to bring the fun and spirit of Hoodstock to more people. Stay tuned for more details! This year’s event is sure to be VIRTUALLY the best event of 2020!