Silvio Cella Family Foundation

Supporting High School Football Player Participation and Safety

2018 Golf Tournament

We hope you will join us and support high school football players and coaches throughout Massachusetts — and participate in our 9th Annual Silvio Cella Family Foundation Golf Tournament:

Monday, July 16 at Ferncroft Country Club (8am tee time)

Since, 2010, our annual grant program has given more than $100,000 to 32 Massachusetts high school football programs. Funding has been used to purchase needed equipment, uniforms and helmets, renovate locker rooms and increase player safety and participation.

We are looking forward to another exciting day at Ferncroft Country Club’s Robert Trent Jones championship course.

There are a number of ways you can participate:

  • Individual players and foursomes welcome
  • Become a tournament sponsor or hole sponsor
  • Make a tax deductible donation of $100, or the amount of your choice
  • Donate goods or services for the auction and raffle
  • Join us for lunch following the golf tournament

The Silvio Cella Family Foundation carries on Coach Cella’s legacy, helping give high school football programs the tools needed to be successful on the gridiron and, more importantly, to prepare young men for college, careers and life ahead. Our work is also helping to preserve the integrity of the game for the next generation of players, coaches and parents, with a focus on concussion awareness and prevention.

The Silvio Cella Family Foundation is making a significant impact on high school football, helping to increase player safety, improve playing conditions and facilities, and provide needed equipment and uniforms.

Thank you for your generous support!

We look forward to seeing you at the 9th Annual Silvio Cella Family Foundation Golf Tournament.

Thanks to your generous support, the Foundation has awarded grants to: Greater Lawrence Tech, Nauset, Burncoat, South Hadley (2018); Tech Boston Academy , Worcester North, Holyoke, Tri County Regional Vocational Technical (2017); Brighton, Milton, Oxford, Pathfinder Regional Vocational Tech (2016); Medford, Weymouth, Bartlett, Hoosac Valley (2015); Greater Lowell Tech, Cathedral, Doherty, Monument Mountain Regional (2014); Northeast Metro Tech, Randolph, Blackstone-Millville Regional, Smith Vocational & Agricultural (2013); Lawrence, Jeremiah Burke (Boston), Millis, Ware (2012); Framingham, Fitchburg, Pioneer Valley Regional (2011); and special donations to Revere High, where Coach Cella served as athletic director and head football coach for 49 years.