Event Recap: Brick Road to Success – The 18th Hole Charity Golf Tournament
“As a parent, I want what’s best for my children. As a parent of an autistic child, I seek opportunities for him to live as normal a life as possible. That is one of the primary goals of any parent with an autistic child. Support towards this cause allows for increased awareness, family services, research, and development. Thank you for making an impact in the lives of those affected by autism.”
Brick Road to Success - The 18th Hole Charity Golf Tournament
On July 8th, part of the United Charitable Team, Julia Healey (CEO) and Isaac Leeth (Compliance Manager), was honored to join Brick Road to Success for The 18th Hole Charity Golf Tournament at RTJ Golf Trail at Silver Lakes to raise money in support of their cause.
Brick Road to Success was established as a program of United Charitable in 2008 by former NFL player and current collegiate coach, Brick Haley and his wife, Tina. Their family’s journey with autism greatly influenced the mission and vision of Brick Road to Success. The program aims to actively engage individuals and organizations in efforts that include dedicating resources to help better understand and treat autism in youth, and funding social and psychological support programs for families facing autism. This year, through registrations and auctions, The 18th Hole Charity Golf Tournament raised over $40,000 to support the mission of Brick Road to Success!
To learn more about Brick Road to Success visit their website here: https://www.brickroadtosuccess.org/