The Resource Center special events continue to provide critical support for our operations by generating needed funds for TRC Foundation’s endowment while raising public awareness about people with disabilities. By being a sponsor, volunteer or participant in our special events, you are championing the cause of TRC Foundation and The Resource Center while improving the lives of people with disabilities.
Laurel Run was created by Wayne and Elaine Hotelling of Silver Creek, NY, in honor of their oldest daughter, Laurel, who has Down syndrome. The event takes place the third weekend in July. Laurel Run celebrates the achievements of individuals with disabling conditions and raises money for TRC Foundation, Inc. to promote disability awareness and prevention activities in Chautauqua County, NY. The event also enhances employment and work training opportunities for adults with disabilities. Click here to visit the official Laurel Run web site.
TRC Golf Classic
The TRC Golf Classic takes place each August on the beautiful course at Moon Brook Country Club near Jamestown, NY. In its first 20 years, the tournament has netted almost $1.8 million for TRC Foundation, Inc., which raises money to improve the lives of people with disabling conditions in Chautauqua County. Click here to visit the official TRC Golf Classic web site.
Step Up For Autism
Step Up for Autism is a 1.5 Mile Fun Walk in Celoron, NY. Proceeds from Step Up for Autism go to TRC Foundation, Inc. Most of the money raised is directed to the SUCCESS Program, which provides social skills training to youths with Autism. The 2013 Step Up for Autism walk was extremely successful with many people from the community joining in to walk. Why not step up and walk with us this year? Click here to visit the official Step Up For Autism web site.
About TRC Foundation
The mission of TRC Foundation is to raise funds that provide financial resources that respond to the needs of individuals with disabilities in Chautauqua County. TRC Foundation also supports the charitable work of Filling the Gap, Inc., which supports The Resource Center and other entities serving persons with disabilities and other social and economic disadvantages. Click here to visit the TRC Foundation web site.