Chip In for Carly’s Club

chip in 3chip in 2For the fourth consecutive year, Advanced Care Physical Therapy was proud to support the Chip in for Carly’s Club, recently held at Transit Valley Country Club.  Chip In for Carly’s Club was born from Stuart Scheff’s desire to do something meaningful for Carly’s Club and his passion for golf. He decided to do the unthinkable: play 100 holes of golf in just one day. Playing solo his first year, Stuart raised $17,000 for pediatric cancer research and patient support programs through Carly’s Club at Roswell Park. In the years that followed, Stuart invited friends and colleagues to join him in this unique feat and each year the number of participants taking on this incredible challenge grows. This summer marked the eleventh anniversary of this event. Since its inception, more than 80 golfers of various ages have completed the task and have collectively raised approximately $900,000 for children and teens diagnosed with cancer.  This unique event has Carly’s Club members playing with the Chip in participants to make a difference in the fight against cancer. A special thank you to all the players, volunteers, Transit Valley Country Club and the Vitamin Shoppe for supporting this year’s event.

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“We are so very proud and honored to be associated with the Chip in for Carly’s Club, and would like to congratulate the golfers, volunteers, and the ‘Carly’s Club’ Chip in Buddies for a wonderful event. Our thoughts, prayers, and continued support go out to the Wegner and Waldron families, and to all families touched by cancer.”
Chuck Collard, ACPT Vice President


In loving Memory of  Chad Kulpa (2007), Colin Wegner (2013) and Patrick Waldron (2014).