VNSNY 2021 GOLF CLASSIC REBOOT

A socially-distanced fundraising effort to benefit the VNSNY Veterans Programs and the VNSNY Coronavirus Response Fund.

The Visiting Nurse Service of New York 2021 Golf Classic will not take place in its normal fashion in 2021.

Instead, we invite you to support the VNSNY 2021 Golf Classic Reboot - a fundraising effort to benefit the VNSNY Veterans Programs and Coronavirus Response Fund.

While happily things are getting better, the COVID-19 pandemic is still with us. The current situation is not sufficiently secure to enable VNSNY to safely promote a large in-person event such as the Golf Classic.

However, we have a unique experience for 2021

Make a donation at one of our sponsorship levels, or “Play on Your Own” Fundraising Foursomes at one of these exclusive clubs:

Westchester Country Club

(West Course)
99 Biltmore Rd.
Rye, NY 10580

Century Country Club

233 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY 10577

Fiddlers Elbow Country Club

(Forest Course)
811 Rattlesnake Bridge Rd.
Bedminster, NJ 07921

No awards or contests are involved, and food and beverage offerings are different at each club.
Foursomes are limited and will be filled on a first-come first-served basis.

VNSNY 2021 Golf Classic Reboot – Leadership Sponsors

VNSNY Golf Website sponsored by: EmblemHealth, Enexia Specialty, Art Lindenauer, MedImpact, Premier Home Health Care Services, Inc., Sandata

VNSNY 2021 Golf Classic Reboot – Tee Signs

VNSNY 2021 Golf Classic Reboot – Foursomes

Veterans Need Our Help

Isolated by COVID-19, making it even more difficult for them to receive the care and services they profoundly need, our veterans need your help now more than ever.

VNSNY is thankful to our veterans and proud to support their health care needs.

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veteran in hospice care

Home Care for Veterans

In 2020, we expanded veterans community outreach to include home care services. The Visiting Nurse Service of New York (VNSNY) Veterans Programs provide veterans and their loved ones with a skilled veteran liaison, who will assist and guide them with accessing the many benefits and services available through the Veterans Administration (VA).

  • Education and assessment about VA benefits and eligibility, as well as advocacy aimed at securing eligible VA benefits and services
  • Guidance with connecting to veterans programs and services available through VNSNY
  • Help from dedicated veteran liaisons who have a unique understanding of veterans’ needs—because they are veterans themselves!
  • Support for short-term and long-term chronic health care needs

To learn more about VNSNY Veteran’s Home Health Care Program, click here.

Hospice Care for Veterans

As part of the We Honor Veterans program, VNSNY provides culturally sensitive community-based hospice care to address the unique physical, emotional and logistical needs of military veterans and their families at end of life. In addition to providing clinical care, we help connect veterans and their families with community resources and veteran-specific benefits. We have special training to address the needs of combat veterans from all wars (with a focus on Vietnam War–era veterans) and to deal with service-connected disabilities among all veterans of the United States military, and we are able to hold bedside recognition ceremonies that honor their military service.

  • Service-related injuries and illnesses
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Survivor’s guilt
  • Depression
  • Substance abuse
  • Effects of Agent Orange
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To learn more about VNSNY’s Hospice Care for Veterans, click here.

VNSNY Veterans Helping Veterans During the Pandemic

VNSNY Presents Veteran with Purple Heart

VNSNY Veterans Videos sponsored by:
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc./Tara Stacom, Falk Technical Service Corp., Florentino & Grimshaw LLC, Homecare Homebase,
HouseCalls Home Care, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

VNSNY’S Response to COVID-19

We are in this together, and together, we will stand strong.


VNSNY has been on the front lines of every major health care crisis in New York for over 125 years, and our services will continue to be critical to New York City throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

As we face this challenge with you, we are committed to:

Caring for Our Patients and Staff

VNSNY continues to deliver care—every day—to the vulnerable New Yorkers who depend on us, including those with COVID-19, to make sure they safely receive the care they need.

Supporting Our Community

We care for patients and plan members in their homes and the community, so they can live safely and independently.

Protecting Our Future

VNSNY’s commitment to caring is matched every day by New Yorkers’ strength and resilience. We’ve seen the positive results from working together to fight this deadly disease—and we’re committed to moving forward to ensure access to quality care for all.

Staff Vaccinations

VNSNY has provided over 9,000 vaccinations through its COVID vaccination clinic, and has been chosen to team up with the New York City Department of Health to administer in-home vaccinations to thousands of homebound New Yorkers.

To find out more about the Coronavirus Response Fund click here.

Thanking VNSNY Frontline Responders

We are in this together, and together we will stand strong.

COVID caregiver

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a once-in-a-lifetime global crisis—and in times of crisis, the Visiting Nurse Service of New York is quick to mobilize to protect society’s most vulnerable. For both COVID-positive and non-COVID patients in these challenging times, VNSNY’s 13,000+ courageous workers have been hard at work delivering care in the place people most want to be: their homes.

VNSNY frontline workers are in this together, and together we will stand strong for New York. During COVID, home care has been the bridge that makes it possible for patients who were seriously ill in the ICU to transition back home, where they can continue to steadily recover their health and return to their lives.

To read VNSNY Frontline Responder stories, click here.