Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney Support NJ SEEDS Golf & Tennis Classic for 16th Consecutive Year

For the 16th consecutive year, Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney, L.L.C. (BSCF) will sponsor the Annual Golf & Tennis Classic benefiting New Jersey SEEDS. The event will take place on Monday, August 5 at Mountain Ridge Country Club in West Caldwell.

Golf registration and brunch will begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by the golf shotgun at 11:30 a.m. The tennis tournament will kick off at 2:30 p.m. Afterwards, players and guests are invited to join SEEDS for a cocktail reception, dinner, awards and auction.

“We are extremely grateful to Andy Schwartz and his colleagues at Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney,” says SEEDS’ president Ronni Denes. “Their generosity has contributed to the education of nearly 1,800 students over the years. SEEDS’ three academic programs have the same end goal – ensuring our students have the chance to earn a top-tier college education. The commitment of our friends to make the Annual Golf and Tennis Classic a success turns that goal into a reality for future scholars.”

Nearly 200 golfers, tennis players and guests supported SEEDS at the 2012 event, raising more than $180,000 in support of educational opportunities for New Jersey students. SEEDS has raised $1.83 million at this annual event since Bleakley, Schwartz, Cooney & Finney’s partnership.

Registration and sponsorship information is now available. This year, guests may also participate in the Golf & Tennis Classic by supporting SEEDS’ Student Essentials Drive. Interested guests may make scholarship gifts on behalf of SEEDS scholars online or by contacting Sarah Cassidy at [email protected] or at 862.227.9148.

To receive high-res photos after the event, please contact Theresa Murray at [email protected] or at 862.227.9145.

About New Jersey SEEDS

Since its inception more than 20 years ago, New Jersey SEEDS has provided educational access for highly motivated, low-income students and created a viable path for them to achieve their full potential. SEEDS strives for a world in which young people’s initiative, creativity and intellect can flourish without regard to socioeconomic status. To date, nearly 1,800 scholars have benefited from its programs. For more information, visit