4th Annual Charity Golf Outing for the Youth Foundation of Jersey City
Let’s hit the links! Please join us on Wednesday, Hudson County’s beautiful Skyway Golf Course on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 for the SILVERMAN Charity Golf Tournament.
About the Outing
SILVERMAN is excited to host our Annual Charity Golf Outing for the 4th year in a row. The 9-hole scramble event includes a delicious catered lunch from Hamilton Pork, cocktails, raffles, and an all around enjoyable afternoon! Below is a schedule of events.
Skyway Golf Course
515 Duncan Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305
Format: Scramble Tournament
Schedule of Events:
- Registration: 11:30 AM
- Lunch: 12:00 PM
- Shotgun Start: 1:00 PM
- Cocktails & Refreshments: 4:00 PM
This year, the beneficiary of the tournament is the Youth Foundation of Jersey City. All costs of the tournament will be covered by SILVERMAN, which means Your donation as an Individual Golfer, Foursome or Hole Sponsor goes directly towards supporting the Youth Foundation of Jersey City.
- Foursome $600 donation
- Individual Golfer $175 donation
- Non-Golfer $100 donation
- Hole Sponsor $300 donation
To reserve your space, email your playing partners to Javia Jackson at [email protected]
To donate directly to the Youth Foundation of Jersey City, CLICK HERE. Or, mail a check payable to:
Youth Foundation of Jersey City
c/o Javia Jackson
201 Montgomery Street, Suite 261
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Check Memo: “SILVERMAN Charity Golf Tournament”
About the Youth Foundation of Jersey City
The Jersey City Youth Foundation is the product of a deep love for the community, a friendship that has spanned two decades, and a strong desire to create vibrant, positive experiences for the children of Jersey City.
Veronica Park began The Jersey City Youth Foundation in 2013. At the time, her mission was to bring our community of 66 different ethnicities together to provide equal access to all things educational, including academics, sports, arts, and adventure. Concurrently, Paul Silverman began his own foundation, the Jersey City Fund for Equity and Excellence, with a similar mission that focused on uplifting the young people of Jersey City, and providing opportunities for growth, education and recreation.
Meanwhile, Veronica and Paul Silverman forged a friendship around the redevelopment of Hamilton Park and a shared desire to create a vibrant, modern neighborhood. They found a common mission in making Jersey City a better home for everyone, but especially for the young people of the community.
In early 2020, Paul and Veronica met for breakfast in their beloved city and decided it was time to bring their nonprofits together. They formed a new board and continue to evolve their ability and desire to help elevate the kids in Jersey City. Little did they know it would turn out to be a year of great challenges and need for children and their families, not only in Jersey City but in the whole nation.
The newly formed Youth Foundation of Jersey City, forged in friendship and common goals in the beginning of this decade, hopes to help our young people as they navigate the challenges of today and their high hopes for a better tomorrow.
The Youth Foundation of Jersey City is a registered 501(c)(3). Donations are tax-deductible.