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Culbreth Cup Charity Golf Tournament

Culbreth Cup Charity Golf Tournament 2015

Steve Bartkowski invites you to the Culbreth Cup Charity Golf Tournament to benefit United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at Ansley Golf Club at Settindown in Roswell, GA.

Each foursome will be paired grouped with a celebrity athlete!

8:30-10:15 AM
Check-in, breakfast, driving range and putting green open, team photos

10:15 AM
Welcome and announcement of rules

10:30 AM
Shotgun start

After Play
Hors d'oeuvres, awards presentation, raffle, silent auction


Platinum Sponsor $10,000

  • Sponsor recognition on event t-shirt, radio spots, banner, UCP website and social media
  • Eight playing spots
  • Commemorative award

Gold Sponsor $5,000

  • Sponsor recognition in radio spots, sponsor sign on first green, UCP website and social media
  • Four playing spots
  • Commemorative award

Hole in One Sponsor $3,000

  • Sponsor signage
  • Four playing spots
  • UCP website and social media

Cart Sponsor $2,500

  • Four playing spots
  • Golf cart signage
  • UCP website and social media

Team Sponsor $1,200

  • Four playing spots

Hole Sponsor $500

  • Hole tee box signage

Individual Golfer $300

  • One playing spot


  • Monetary donation to UCP of Georgia


Support UCP of Georgia

Jay Kapp Receives Ethel Hausman National Volunteer Award

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 Jay Kapp Receives National Volunteer Award

UCP of Georgia Board Member Jay Kapp was honored with the Ethel Hausman Volunteer of the Year Award.

The award is given to one volunteer in the United States whose efforts have made an outstanding contribution to United Cerebral Palsy and the quality of life for people with developmental disabilities. Jay received the award at the United Cerebral Palsy Association Annual Conference in San Diego on April 26, 2013. 

This prestigious award recognizes one volunteer in the United States whose efforts have made an outstanding contribution to UCP and to the quality of life for people with disabilities. UCP celebrity ambassador Cheryl Hines presented the award at a banquet attended by some 200 guests, including many of Kapp’s family members.

Jay Kapp has been a UCP of Georgia volunteer for over a decade, currently serving as Board Vice Chairman. He plays a leadership role in fundraising efforts, and provides marketing expertise and support through Kapp Koncepts, a web design and marketing firm he founded in 2001.

“Direct care organizations like United Cerebral Palsy are typically understaffed and often need extra support. As a volunteer I believe it is an obligation to help fill that gap, to enable UCP to carry on its very important work,” said Kapp. “I had a sister with cerebral palsy, and it is rewarding to know that my contributions help other families caring for loved ones with disabilities.”   

Learn about Jay's history and experience with United Cerebral Palsy here.

About United Cerebral Palsy
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) educates, advocates and provides support services through an affiliate network to ensure a life without limits for people with a spectrum of disabilities. Together with nearly 100 affiliates, UCP has a mission to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities by supporting more than 176,000 children and adults every day—one person at a time, one family at a time. UCP works to enact real change—to revolutionize care, raise standards of living and create opportunities—impacting the lives of millions living with disabilities. For more than 60 years, UCP has worked to ensure the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in every facet of society. Together, with parents and caregivers, UCP will continue to push for the social, legal and technological changes that increase accessibility and independence, allowing people with disabilities to dream their own dreams, for the next 60 years, and beyond.

About United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia
United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia (UCP of GA) is one of the largest organizations in the state of Georgia offering services for children and adults with disabilities. Services include community living supports, after school and out of school child care, adult day supports, medical services, advocacy and more. UCP of GA serves more than 500 individuals and families throughout Georgia on a daily basis, and spends 85 cents of every dollar received on direct services, making it one of the most cost efficient charities in the nation. For more information, please visit www.ucpga.org.

Kroger Rewards

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Shop At Kroger? Your Purchases Can Help Raise Funds for UCP of Georgia

UCP of Georgia is participating in the Kroger Community Rewards Program, a great opportunity for our supporters to help raise funds for critical services UCP provides for more than 500 children and adults with disabilities and their families every day of the year.

It's really easy to join. Just go online to www.krogercommunityrewards.com, and create an account using your Kroger Plus Card, in support of UCP of Georgia (organization # 98983).

Then, every time you shop at Kroger and have your Kroger Plus Card swiped at the register, a portion of your sales will be donated to UCP of Georgia!  Don't already have a Kroger Plus Card? You can get one free at any Kroger store.

Please join our UCP of Georgia family in this great community campaign, and help raise funds that will enrich the lives of people with disabilities all over Georgia!

For more information, contact Joan Rizzo at jrizzo@ucpga.org., or call 770-676-2000.

United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia is working to positively support and impact the achievement of a Life Without Limits for people with disabilities.

UCP helps individuals maximize their potential, encourages them to discover talents and abilities, and provides ongoing support as they continue a lifelong journey of development and growth.

If you love someone with a disability - or know someone who does - contact UCP of Georgia today.

Learn how we can help, and how you can support United Cerebral Palsy in creating a Life Without Limits for people living in your own community.

Help children and adults with disabilities to achieve their dreams!

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