Get into the swing of things with a charity fundraiser that helps some of those nearest and dearest to your heart: your students!
The 25th annual Hands Across the Green golf tournament—Monday, July 15, 2019, at the Glastonbury Hills Country Club—is the largest fundraiser of the year for CEA’s charitable arm, the Connecticut Education Foundation (CEF). All proceeds support the Children’s Fund, which provides essentials such as clothes, eyeglasses, medicine, and school supplies for children in need.
View the 2019 Tournament Brochure.
Every school district, even in the most affluent community, has students who lack some of the resources they need, and CEF—through events like the annual golf tournament—provides a helping hand. Often, CEF steps in to assist families in an emergency, such as a South Windsor family who lost most of their possessions in a fire. Since its inception in 1994, Hands Across the Green has raised over $700,000 for children across the state.
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CEA Vice President and CEF President Jeff Leake and CEA Treasurer Tom Nicholas on the morning of the CEF Golf Tournament.
More than 200 golfers and supporters—teachers from across the state, friends, business partners, and CEA staff—had fun, while raising money to help disadvantaged public school students this week. The 22nd annual Connecticut Education Foundation’s (CEF) Hands Across the Green Golf Tournament took place at Glastonbury Hills Country Club on July 11.
“There are a lot of children who are better off thanks to the people who play in our tournament, and our generous sponsors and volunteers,” said CEA Vice President and CEF President Jeff Leake. “All of the money CEF gives out to students in need, comes from this one tournament.” Read more