With competition and practice on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kelser Corporation and Fitbit teamed up to provide Special Olympics Glastonbury track and field athletes with fitness trackers to help maintain training.
Last week’s 23rd annual Kelser Charity Challenge set a new fundraising record for the event with a projected $28,000 raised for the Hospital for Special Care’s Center for Cognitive Health.
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The 23rd Annual Kelser Charity Challenge will take place at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington, Connecticut, on September 17, 2019, to benefit the Hospital for Special Care's Center for Cognitive Health. The golf tournament--which is currently open for registration and sponsorship--is organized by Glastonbury-based technology consulting firm Kelser Corporation and will also feature a silent auction, dinner reception and "heli drop" in which a helicopter drops golf balls onto the course.
In partnership with the Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS), WTNH News 8 produces a series hosted by Scott McDonnell called “What’s Right With Schools”. Kelser’s support of Newington High School’s Information Technology & Digital Innovation Academy was recently featured in one of these segments.
We like doing extreme things with our bodies to support charities. We’ve run Tough Mudder and Rugged Maniac obstacle courses. We’ve climbed hundreds of stairs for the American Lung Association. And now we’ve taken a dip in a freezing lake in March for Special Olympics Connecticut.
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. – Last month, Hospital for Special Care (HSC) kicked off its new Center for Cognitive Health with a reception at the hospital's New Britain campus. Kelser Corporation presented a check for $25,500 to support the new initiative raised at the 2018 Kelser Charity Challenge golf tournament held in September.
The 22nd Annual Kelser Charity Challenge will take place at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington, Connecticut, on September 11, 2018, to benefit the Hospital for Special Care's new Center for Cognitive Health, which is slated to open October 30th. The golf tournament is organized by Glastonbury-based technology consulting firm Kelser Corporation and will also feature a silent auction, dinner reception and "heli drop"--in which a helicopter will drop golf balls onto the course.