MI-UCP Driving to Close the Disability Divide
Charity Golf Event
This event is dedicated to our vision: To enable all Michiganders with disabilities to live to the best of their abilities and ambitions.
It began with a group of close friends who have played hockey together for the last 25 years. When a member of that hockey family had a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy, they sprung into action.
In order to raise awareness and to educate people about cerebral palsy, two of those long-time hockey friends, Jason Trzcinski and Matt Brown, approached MI-UCP about co-hosting an annual golf outing.
In 2012, the MI-UCP Annual Golf Outing was established and is now in its 11th year with nearly $200,000 raised. On June 18, 2021, 188 golfers braved the early rain to play 27 holes at The Majestic at Waldon Lake to bring in more than $23,000. Below is a short video tribute from 2021.
The next MI-UCP Driving to Close the Disability Divide Golf Outing will take place on Friday, June 17, 2022.
If you would like to register to golf, sponsor the event, or make a donation, please click here: