SCO Family of Services Raises over $410,000 at Treiber Memorial Golf Outing
October 25, 2019 / SCO News
SCO Honors Enterprise Fleet Management
It was a brisk day but spirits were high as more than 150 golfers hit the links October 22nd for the SCO Treiber Memorial Golf Outing. The annual event raised over $410,000 in support of SCO Family of Services, a leading provider of essential human services for nearly 125 years. Funds raised at the annual event will help SCO provide vital services for more than 60,000 children, teens, families and adults with special needs each year across Long Island and New York City.
SCO honored Enterprise Fleet Management, which provides company vehicles for SCO that enable clients to participate in community activities, experience field trips, and provide much-needed transportation to internships, critical appointments and other activities.
“Enterprise Fleet Management has been a valued partner of SCO for many years and we are honored to recognize them for their steadfast support and commitment to our mission,” said SCO President and CEO Keith Little.
“One of Enterprise’s Founding Values is to strengthen our communities one neighborhood at a time. It is an honor and a privilege to work with and support the SCO team and community. We look forward to many more years of successful partnership between our two organizations,” said Michael Barnes, Regional Sales Manager for Enterprise Fleet Management.
The event took place at two of the area’s premier golf clubs, The Creek in Locust Valley and Nassau Country Club in Glen Cove. The dinner program included a live auction and a piano performance by Wilson, a student at SCO’s Westbrook Preparatory School in Westbury, who earned a standing ovation for his inspired renditions of Chopin’s “Nocturne #20 in C Sharp Minor” and Billy Joel’s “Root Beer Rag.”
SCO extends its gratitude to this year’s leading sponsors: The Treiber Family, Enterprise Fleet Management, Lora and Craig Treiber, and Cynthia and Lee Vance. Additional sponsors include Metro Environmental Services, LLC, JoEllen and Scott Treiber, Benjamin Development, Colonial Wire & Cable, Ferrandino & Son, Inc., Irwin Siegel Agency, Inc., Maspeth Federal Savings and Loan, DB Collaborative LLC/Design Build Collaborative, The Donaldson Organization, BMI – Rupp Foundation, Carlstrom Family, Continuity Centers, John and Joan D’Addario, Genco Elevator, Main Street Nursery, Mutual of America, Netsmart Technologies, Inc., Steel Equities/Gold Coast Studios, Sterling National Bank, and Wheatley Agency.
people with special needs develop skills to reach their full potential
of adults with developmental disabilities living in SCO’s IRAs (group homes) made meaningful connections by participating in community inclusion activities