The Affordable Housing Alliance hosted their Annual Spring House Invitational Golf & Track Outing


The AHA hosted their Annual Spring House Invitational Golf & Track Outing on Friday, July 19th at the Suneagles Golf Club and the Monmouth Park Racetrack in Eatontown, New Jersey.

Funding from this event supports social workers for the program, supplies, and materials for participants as well as various events throughout the year for the families participating in the Spring House program.

Golfers enjoyed a 7:00 am shotgun start as they tested their skills in a foursome format, competing for four different awards: best team score, closest to the pin, longest drive, and a hole-in-one contest that awarded a brand new car!

Following a beautiful day on the greens, all participants enjoyed a lively reception that offered a BBQ lunch buffet, drinks, golfer awards, and exciting raffles for gift baskets at the Monmouth Park Racetrack.

The Annual Spring House Invitational Golf & Track Outing was made possible by our partners, supporters, and sponsors which included our Title Sponsor: Amboy Bank, as well as our additional sponsors: Two River Community BankLamb Insurance ServicesNew Jersey Natural Gas, Gibbons P.C., Shore Business SolutionsTormee ConstructionThe Curchin Group, LLC, The Alpert Group, LLC, Wells FargoAlan Hostetler Insurance Agents and Brokers Inc, Carpet Value, Mutual of America and Provident Bank, among other important contributors.

“It’s such an honor to host our sponsors, participants, and all the volunteers at our annual Golf Outing. From beginning to end, I was impressed with the overall energy and excitement! Thank you to everyone who made it possible,” said Donna M. Blaze, CEO of the Affordable Housing Alliance.

About The Affordable Housing Alliance

Started in 1991 to address the overwhelming need for quality, affordable housing in Monmouth County, the AHA has grown from an initial grant of $25,000 to a private 501(c)3 non-profit organization with over $20M in operations annually. Founding Director Donna Blaze, now CEO, leads a staff of over 80 dedicated employees augmented by volunteers and non-profit community partners.

Our work has been recognized at local, state, and national levels, including earning NeighborWorks America’s highest rating as an Exemplary Member. We are proud to be a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) and to collaborate with NJ municipalities to successfully create affordable housing for moderate and low-income families.

The AHA strives to move lives forward with strength, optimism, and housing resources. It is our goal to have everyone we help walk away better than when they came to us.

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