(New York, New York - October 24th, 2022)
The 21st Annual ADAPT
Community Network Golf Tournament
was held at
Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, New York on October 17th.
The event was sold-out and attended by over 150 people. The
annual tournament supports ADAPT Community Network, with all
proceeds from the event helping to fund the delivery of
life-affirming programs and services to children and adults
with disabilities and their families. The event raised
Steve Lacy, anchor, FOX 5 News at 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m.,
and two-time Emmy-winner
Priolo, FOX 5 News reporter and anchor,
hosted this year’s event.
Frank Grasso, Chief
Executive Officer, TGI Office Automation.
Following the day of golf,
and cocktails were served on the patio of the Brae Burn
Edward R. Matthews, CEO of ADAPT Community Network,
gave welcome remarks.
Steve Lacy and Teresa Priolo presented the ADAPT Golf
“We thank everyone who supported this year’s
golf tournament,” says Ed Matthews. “We were
delighted to honor Frank Grasso, Chief Executive Officer,
TGI Office Automation. We thank Steve Lacy and Teresa Priolo
for being such dedicated longtime supporters to ADAPT, and
we also thank this year’s ADAPT Golf Committee.
The 2022 ADAPT Golf Tournament Committee
was Michael Berger, Valentino Galella, Edward R.
Matthews, Jeffrey Weiss, and Alan Zack.
Steve Lacy is a longtime Co-Chair of ADAPT’s
Santa Project Party & Auction benefiting ADAPT’s children’s
He has also donated his time to serve as
ADAPT’s Team Captain for the annual Achilles Hope and
Possibility race. This year was the first time Steve has
co-hosted ADAPT’s golf tournament.
Teresa Priolo is a past Co-Chair of
ADAPT’s Santa Project Party & Auction, and celebrity
presenter at the Women Who Care Awards Luncheon. This year
marked her third time co-hosting the ADAPT Golf tournament.
About ADAPT Community Network
ADAPT Community Network
is the leading human service not‐for‐profit and a pioneer in
providing cutting‐edge programs and services for people with
disabilities. Every day, we build a more inclusive world for
thousands of New Yorkers through education, technology,
health, residential, and recreational programs in all five
boroughs. Our schools and services encompass many people who
have challenges beyond cerebral palsy such as autism, Down
syndrome, spina bifida, and neuromuscular disorders, among
others. We are the largest provider of pre‐school
education for children with disabilities in New York.
ADAPT’s 100 comprehensive programs serve over 20,000
children and adults with disabilities and their families.
To donate, or for more information about
ADAPT Community Network, go to:
ADAPT Community Network on Social Media:
Facebook – ADAPT Community Network
Instagram - @adaptwechange
Twitter - @adaptwechange
YouTube – ADAPT Community Network.