Warwick. Tristate Commercial Real Estate golf classic raises $24,500 for Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center

| 15 Jun 2021 | 01:02

On May 24, Newmark, Lenders Capital Realty Services and EBI Consulting, hosted their first annual Tristate Commercial Real Estate golf classic at Sunset Valley Golf Club, a pristine golf course located in Pompton Plains, New Jersey.

The event was sold out with 114 golfers and all proceeds from the event were donated to Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center in Warwick.

Matthew Victor from Newmark, George Gnad from Lenders Capital Realty Services and Josh Simon from EBI Consulting organized the successful golf outing. And they stated that they were excited to be able to host a golf fundraising event where commercial real estate professionals could gather, be outdoors and support an organization like Winslow.

More than $24,500.00 was raised for Winslow, an organization that services the Hudson Valley and surrounding Tri-State area, thanks, they added, to all the sponsors who donated, especially their Primary Sponsors:

Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center, located on a picturesque 100-acre facility along Route 17A between Bellvale and Mount Peter in the Town of Warwick, is a not-for-profit 501C organization accredited with the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship.

The Center offers therapeutic equine riding programs to help benefit adults and children with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges. It relies on fundraising and generous contributions as well as devoted volunteers from the community to service its programs.

During the pandemic major Winslow fundraising events such as the annual Duck Derby and the Sunset Ball were canceled.

“We are very grateful for this generous donation,” said Sue Ferro, executive director of Winslow Therapeutic Center. “And it is especially helpful at this time to continuing our programs when many of our fundraisers had to be canceled or postponed.”

For additional information or to make a contribution visit https://www.winslow.org/

- Roger Gavan