PCC’s 2021 inaugural golf event helped Frog Hollow Farm acquire a greenhouse* to enable Contributors to continue their meaningful work during the winter months, a significant next step to expanding both its sustainability and work opportunities. Funds raised for this year’s event will provide some necessary equipment, supplies, seeds, plants, and saplings to sustain the greenhouse and the farm's other agricultural initiatives.
Event Date: Monday, October 3, 2022
Location: Kimberton Golf Club
162 Ridge Rd, Phoenixville, PA 19460
12:00 PM - Check-In
1:00 PM - Shotgun Start
5:30 PM - Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at the farm
6:30 PM – Buffet Dinner and announcement of Awards/Prizes*
Music provided by Beaucoup Blue
* The greenhouse plans have been acquired and we are working on getting the necessary permits to break ground.
**Awards for All Men Foursome, All Women Foursome, and Mixed Foursome, Mulligans, prizes, and special raffles
“In April 2019, we collaborated with PCC to establish Frog Hollow Farm as a "life sharing" home. Three plus years later our son is thriving living on the farm and working at PCC's enterprise businesses.”
~ The Davis Family
The non-profit Partners Foundation is raising funds on behalf of its sister-non-profit, Partners Creating Community (PCC), located in Chester County Pennsylvania. PCC’s initiative is working with local, not-for-profit businesses to provide meaningful work opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities, Autism and mental health issues (Contributors). To date, Partners Creating Community has established three such businesses in Phoenixville in addition to Frog Hollow Farm, a “life sharing” 12-acre residential farm home where Contributors learn and apply the skills necessary for meaningful employment.