United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County raised $135,400 at its 19th annual Life Without Limits Golf Tournament held last month at the Santa Ana Country Club.
Over 120 golfers and supporters turned out for the tournament held during United Cerebral Palsy of OC’s 60th year of service to the community.
Proceeds enable the nonprofit to provide direct and support services annually to nearly 4,000 children and families affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
Life Without Limits was founded by Dana Dowers and his company, DLD Insurance Brokers Inc., a sponsor from the tournament’s inception.
Scott Pievac, CEO of SPC Retail Display Group, merged his Brianna Cup golf fundraiser with the event six years ago to help make a bigger impact in the communities serving children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
The Brianna Cup name is in honor of Pievac’s 14 year-old daughter Brianna, who has cerebral palsy. Pievac also served as tournament chairman.
United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County provides vital services that support families of children with disabilities to improve individual well-being from birth through early adulthood. For more than a half a century, United Cerebral Palsy has helped children with a wide range of disabilities to lead a Life Without Limits and achieve their full potential and inclusion into society at all levels.
For more information about the organization or the Life Without Limits Golf Tournament, contact Elizabeth Beas at (949) 333-6452, or visit ucp-oc.org.