Golf at Cherry Valley Club on Long Island | Junior Achievement of New York

Long Island Golf Classic at Cherry Valley Club

When: Monday, September 9, 2019
Where: Cherry Valley Club, Garden City, NY
Brunch - 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Shotgun - 12:00 pm
Cocktails - 5:30 pm
Dinner & Award Presentations - 7:00 pm
Join us for a wonderful day of golf on Long Island at the Cherry Valley Club! Established in 1916, the Cherry Valley Club is a premier golf destination, complete with a meticulously manicured 18-hole course designed by Devereaux Emmet, exclusive member only amenities, and top notch dining experiences. This event is perfect for customer recognition, team building, or just a great day on the links in support of a terrific cause. There are many opportunities to support this event while upholding the mission of Junior Achievement to inspire, empower, and prepare students to succeed in a global economy. 
Provide funding for an entire school to receive a JA Day
  • (5) Foursomes
  • (10) Additional Dinner Only Guests
  • Customized on-course activation
  • Opportunity to distribute branded giveaway items to all event participants
Gold Sponsor - $12,500
Support 20 High School Heroes students teaching JA to 250 elementary local school kids
  • (3) Foursomes
  • (8) Additional Dinner Only Guests
  • Customized exclusive naming rights to Brunch or Dinner*
Give the opportunity for 100 students to participate in a JA Job Shadow
  • (1) Foursome
  • (6) Additional Dinner Only Guests
  • Customized on-course activation (exclusive naming rights to Lunch, Beverage Cart, or Golf Carts*)
Help purchase 250 classroom kits providing lesson plans for an entire classroom
  • (1) Foursome
Contribute to over 30 students learning how to navigate successfully through life
  • (1) Seat for cocktail reception and buffet dinner
*Subject to availability.
All packages are customizable. 

To purchase tickets or a sponsorship, please click here.

Please contact Stephanie Zlotnick at or 212.907.0046 with any questions.

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