SCO Family of Services Raises Record $200,000 at Madonna Heights Golf Classic
June 24, 2022 / Madonna Heights News
DIX HILLS, NY – Over 170 supporters came out for SCO Family of Services’ Madonna Heights Golf Classic at the Woodside Club in Muttontown, Long Island. This year’s event raised a record $200,000 to support the vital work of Madonna Heights to teach, strengthen, and empower young and adult women to heal from trauma.
The dinner program featured an inspiring speech by Kelly Brown, a former resident of Madonna Heights’ Morning Star program for women in recovery. Kelly shared her story of alcohol and drug addiction that began in her early teens and how the Morning Star program reunited her with her son and helped her get her life on track.
SCO honored High Point Engineering, a multi-disciplined engineering and architectural firm focused on design and municipal agency approval procurement for commercial and industrial development projects. Co-owners Chris Tartaglia and Larry O’Brien accepted the award.
“SCO Family of Services is grateful to have the support of High Point Engineering. Their generosity has been matched by their enthusiasm for the work we do, and we look forward to growing our partnership in the future,” said Keith Little, President and CEO of SCO Family of Services. “We’d also like to thank our sponsors and friends who have been supporting this event for over 40 years. Their unwavering commitment to the women and girls we help is truly inspirational.”
“High Point Engineering could not be prouder for being honored at this year’s Madonna Heights Golf Classic. We have been amazed by the incredible work that goes on at Madonna Heights and inspired by the women and girls who are empowered there,” said Chris Tartaglia and Larry O’Brien, High Point Engineering Co-Owners. “We are truly humbled at the generous outpouring of support from our dear friends and associates and look forward to future involvement with SCO Family of Services and Madonna Heights.”
SCO extends its gratitude to the sponsors, supporters, and volunteers who made the event such a success. This year’s sponsors included Community Care Rx; Metro Environmental Services, LLC; Lostritto Ginobbi/Leopold Family; Steel Equities; MPCC Corp.; Source Fueling Equipment Solutions; All Island Paving Co., Inc.; Bolla Market; CDI, LLC; Elite Action Fire; Improvements By Design; Lynbrook High School Key Club; Mauceri Electric Corporation; Murray & Di Bella, LLP; New York Truck Escorts & Permits; Eric Palatnik, P.C.; Petroleum Consultants Inc.; Lora and Craig Treiber; Island Pump & Tank Corp; RFG Electrical Contracting, Inc.; Spartan Petroleum Corp.; USI Insurance Services LLC; Fortune Financial LLC; Gallipoli Family/G & M Dege Inc.; Gemstar Construction Corp.; Doreen Lostritto; Michael Borruto General Contractor, Inc.; Lisa Michel; Walters West End Supply, Inc.
Madonna Heights, part of the SCO Family of Services network of care, is an empowering environment designed specifically for women and girls to heal and thrive. Located on 56 acres in Dix Hills, Madonna Heights provides 24-hour care to address the physical, emotional, and social needs unique to women and girls. Madonna Heights helps build confidence, strengthen family bonds, and support the transition back home or to a home in the community. Madonna Heights’ Long Island campus is comprised of Residential Programs and a School for adolescent girls who have suffered trauma, Substance Abuse Recovery programs for women, and a Mental Health Clinic for families.
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