Golf fund-raiser supports educational programs

Get into the swing of things on Oct. 3 when Jeffrey Arsenault of Old Greenwich Capital Partners, together with fellow organizers from Stepping Stones Museum, put on this year’s Swing Into It! Golf Tournament at the prestigious Stanwich Club.

The event will support the museum’s Open Arms program.

Mr. Arsenault, a seasoned hedge fund manager and the founder and principal partner of the New York-based multi-manager platform will be joined by other golf aficionados and guests as well as supporters of the event. This year’s event will be hosted by New York Mets pitching coach, Dan Warthen.

The event is open to the public and features a luncheon followed by a round of golf at the club, cocktails, a buffet reception, a raffle and a silent auction. The tournament will kick off with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.

The annual event has thus far raised $500,000 for the Open Arms program. The program aims to provide children, teachers and caregivers with free access to educational programs, exhibits, parent workshops and similar educational and learning opportunities. In its nine-year run, Open Arms has provided assistance to some 60,000 beneficiaries with a wide array of educational programs and opportunities that primarily seek to motivate and inspire curiosity for and love of learning.

In its 10th year, Mr. Arsenault and the organizing committee hope to continue treading the same path and reach out to more beneficiaries.

Throughout the years, Mr. Arsenault has been actively campaigning for the business community’s continued support of this golf tournament and, by extension,  Stepping Stones’ Open Arms program. His vision is shared by Capital Partners employees and many of his colleagues in the hedge fund business, which contributes to the event’s annual success.

To participate in the tournament, call 203-966-4999 or register online through Steppingstonesmuseum.org/golf.

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