3rd Annual Celebrity Golf Outing has been announced on August 28, 2017 at the Stonebridge Golf and Country Club in Smithtown, NY.
Please reserve your foursomes now as golfers are limited.
Call 631-580-7772 ext 111 to reserve now!
2016 NYSCF Childrens Holiday Party Photo Album
Newsflash: Frank Lombardo, Esq. named Senior Director at NY Sportscene Children's Foundation - Click here for story
Our 2016 Celebrity Golf Classic was an absolute success!
Full story here: http://nightlifemag.com/nysportsscene.com/2016/second-annual-celebrity-golf-classic-delights-long-island/
Enjoy our photo album!
Photo credit: John Abbraccianento, Michael Herman, Frank Esposito, Mike Cutino, Paul 'Sequence' Ferguson and Saralyn Revello
WATCH THIS VIDEO PACKAGE FROM OUR 2015 CELEBRITY GOLF EVENT BELOWVideo Courtesy of Joseph Conway and Helen Proimos. Images courtesy of John Abbraccianento, Paul SEQUENCE Ferguson and James Gross.
The 2015 Kid's Holiday Party was a success with almost 1000 attendees!
Enjoy these wonderful pictures.
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New York Sportscene
New York Sportscene Children’s Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit charity which helps to benefit and improve the lives of children and to help those in need live happier and healthier lives. The Mission of the New York Sportscene Children’s Foundation provides much needed support of local charities.
The charity was founded in 1995 by Entertainment and Sports Publisher, Mike Cutino. With the success of his New York Sportscene Magazines, Nightlife Magazines & TV and the DRIVE TEE® he found that by providing Star-Studded events that it was possible to raise funds to ease, touch and affect many lives, every day. By supporting local charities he saw it possible to provide immediate help to those in need, while supporting cutting edge technologies and research. We work hard toward the day when we are not needed.
Cutino who has been a leader in the sports and entertainment world for over 40 years, is an author and inventor. These unique entertainment and sports fundraisers are memorable fun and bring attention to these causes and local charities supporting our Mission.
Some of the Foundation's All Star events include New York Sportscene Celebrity Golf Classic; Hunter’s Hope; the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation; Marty Lyons Foundation; City Meals on Wheels; Hero’s Foundation; Tomorrow’s Children; St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital; Stony Brook Children’s Hospital; Cancer Center for Kids; St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital; Shriner’s Hospital for Children and the Kismet Shriners; NYC Rescue Mission; Long Island Cares and NY Giants fundraisers, among many others. The Foundation works with innovative hospitals that are on the forefront of research and use the latest technologies and protocols. It takes more than one entity to help support children with serious medical issues, as well as helping the families heal and thrive. The 2015 Annual Celebrity Golf Classic will support the Family Services of Westchester Youth Residences Jerome Wagner Youth Residence for Boys and the Evelyn Sachs Steiner Residence for Girls, YES WE CARE Veteran Support Program and SUNY Farmingdale Alumni Association and Stony Brook Children’s Hospital, Winthrop Hospitals Cancer Center for Kids, St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital, all worthy organizations doing great work.
Founder Cutino shares “Today’s children are the future and backbone of America and we need to do everything we can to help relieve suffering from their struggles”. He continues “If we can bring a smile to the face of a child or make a person’s dream come true by
meeting their sports hero, then we have made a difference.”
SUNY Farmingdale Receives Check from Funds Raised at Golf Event
Pictured above: (left to right) NY Sportscene Children's Foundation Chairman Mike Cutino, President of SUNY Farmingdale Alumni Joe Egan, Alumni Relations Director Michelle Johnson and Regina Vazquez.
New York Sportscene Children’s Foundation Inaugural Golf Classic a Success!
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