Columbia Bank’s Thirty Second Annual Charity Golf Classic raised $85,000 to benefit Spectrum for Living, an organization dedicated to the philosophy that persons with developmental disabilities have the same rights as others to a fulfilling and meaningful life. Today, Spectrum for Living operates 28 sites in three New Jersey counties, serving upwards of 800 people. Nearly 140 golfers took part in this annual charitable fund raiser.
“During these unprecedented times, Columbia Bank has continued to support our customers and our communities,” said Thomas J. Kemly, President and CEO of Columbia Bank. “Through our Annual Charity Golf Classic, we were able to host a safe, socially-distanced event that raised money for a meaningful organization. We are thankful to all who participated and are proud to support the efforts of Spectrum for Living.”
Shown taking part in a special check presentation at the event are (from left) Frank Recine, Board Member, Spectrum for Living, Bill Schuldt: Vice President of Operations, Spectrum for Living, Randy Csik, Board Member, Spectrum for Living, Christopher Perry, President & CEO of Spectrum for Living, Thomas J. Kemly, President and CEO of Columbia Bank, Allyson Schlesinger, EVP Head of Consumer Banking, Steve Vahalla, Director of Development & Recreational Services, Spectrum for Living and Steve Torrico, Board Member, Spectrum for Living.