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by Fairfield County Business Journal

Greenwich United Way annual golf tourney

Ken Mifflin, Bill Finger and David Rabin.

The first public fundraiser for the Greenwich United Way’s Human Services Technology Solutions (HSTS), one of its three new Direct Impact Programs will be its second annual golf tournament, chaired by Mario Forlini and Sergio Forlini, on May 21 at Burning Tree Country Club. The tournament includes green fees, caddy, lunch, gift, giveaways, mulligans, putting contest, on-course games and beverages, silent auction featuring sports memorabilia from Steiner Sports and dinner with a live auction led by comedian, Jane Condon. Foursomes can be bought through the Greenwich United Way website 

“Greenwich United Way Direct Impact Programs are a new way to bring impactful solutions to the community,” said CEO David Rabin. “Our work,” he said, “is backed by valuable research and with tools like the Greenwich United Way’s Community Planning Council Needs Assessment and the relationships we have with our partner agencies, we have an in-depth understanding of the critical needs in our community. These collaborative programs allow us to bring a new level of lasting results to the community.” 

HSTS was created to help case managers have immediate access to accurate information in real time. The Greenwich United Way is looking to launch this program with its pilot partner the town of Greenwich Department of Human Services in the fall of 2018. 

Ken Mifflin, chair of the Greenwich United Way Advisory Board, is leading the fundraising effort for HSTS. Email Jeremy Nappi for tournament sponsorship and underwriting opportunities at