Monday, October 18, 2021
Forest Hills Country Club
St. Louis’ first accessible golf tournament will benefit Starkloff Disability Institute, a local nonprofit working to create a world that welcomes people with disabilities.
Special Guests • Silent Auction • Cocktail Reception
Get your friends together for a fun day on the championship course at the beautiful Forest Hills Country Club and support the transformative programs of the Starkloff Disability Institute! The four player scramble begins with a 9:00am shotgun start and includes breakfast, 18 holes of golf, cart, on-course games, raffles, lunch, cocktail reception, player gift, and more.
We are thrilled to host St. Louis’ fully inclusive golf tournament while raising funds to empower kids and adults with disabilities in our community to achieve career success and lead full, independent lives!
St. Louis’ most inclusive companies know that people with disabilities are some of the most creative, innovative employees out there. We are proud to partner with top employers in the region to build disability welcoming workplaces so they can add these valuable voices to their teams and ensure their workforce reflects our whole community.
Starkloff Disability Institute (SDI), founded in 2003 by Disability Rights pioneers Max and Colleen Starkloff and David Newburger, is evening the playing field for people with disabilities. Generations of harmful attitudes and social structures resulted in our startling reality: people with disabilities are twice as likely to be unemployed, underemployed, and living in poverty than their nondisabled counterparts. In addition to working with companies and communities to change these attitudes, SDI provides cutting-edge career development programs to high schoolers, college students, and professionals with disabilities. Empowered by the skills and confidence they develop in Dream Big, Access U, and the Starkloff Career Academy, people with disabilities are discovering and advancing in rewarding careers, achieving financial independence, and becoming active participants in our communities. Your support makes these programs possible. Thank you for helping us create a world that welcomes people with disabilities!
If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Lisa Roberts at (314) 266-9626 or firstname.lastname@example.org.