Jeffrey Arsenault invites participants to register for the 2014 Swing into It! Golf Tournament to Benefit Children

The Swing Into It! Golf Tournament is an annual event that directly supports the Open Arms initiative, a program created by Stepping Stones Museum for Children to benefit children from Connecticut communities. The golf event will be held on October 2, at the Stanwich Club in Greenwich, Connecticut.

The Open Arms Initiative is a unique program that provides funds and enables children and their families to enjoy the museum’s exhibits, various activities and themed events. This yearly event  is expected to benefit at least 60,000 children, teachers, and caregivers in the region, giving them free access to parent workshops, traveling exhibits, and other educational and learning experience that will promote, motivate, and inspire learning.

The tournament, which is open to everyone, will be highlighted by a round of golf with cocktails, buffet reception, raffle and silent auction. The tournament will kick-off with a shotgun start at 12:30 pm on the said date.

Jeffrey Arsenault, a golf enthusiast and renowned investment manager is widely known as a supporter of Stepping Stones Swing Into It! Golf Tournament. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Stepping Stones Museum for Children. He also supports various other charity organizations and activities.

One of the committee members of this year’s Swing Into It Golf Tournament, Jeffrey Arsenault works for Old Greenwich Capital Partners, an investment managing company based in New York which uses a specially-designed, customized platform to help clients manage their accounts.

He specializes in financial and wealth management, particularly hedge funds, investments, portfolio management, mutual funds, and investment banking.

An avid sportsman, Jeffrey Arsenault also plays golf, tennis, squash, and paddle tennis. He is a graduate of Boston University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in business administration degree in 1985. He played soccer during college (Division I).

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