Since 2009 Payday Payroll has participated in the Broward Partnership for the Homeless Golfathon.  This year the format was changed to encourage team participation.   The Payday Payroll team made up of longtime friends and business associates, Phil Henan President of Cinema Sound, Ken Schwartz President of Certified Insurance Solutions, Dr Gary Kodish of the Kodish Dental Group, and Jeff Marbach Payday Payroll Florida Regional Manager, were able to raise over $9,000.00 for this very worthy cause. The support we received from friends, family and business associates is greatly appreciated.  We are proud to be able to support Broward Partnership for the Homeless, and their efforts on behalf of the homeless men, women, and families of our community.

100% of the funds of this year’s event will go toward the Partnership’s Family Services Program, which provides critically needed services and support for homeless families with children who reside on the Broward Partnership campus.


Berne Teeple Director of Development, Dr. Gary Kodish, Jeff Marbach, Michael S. Long Chief Development Ofiicer


Team Payday – Ken Schwartz of Certified Insurance Solutions, Jeff Marbach, Phil Henan of Cinema Sound, Dr Gary Kodish of Kodish Dental Group


Frances Esposito CEO, Jeff Marbach, Dodie Keith-Lazowick Vice Chair

About The Broward Partnership:

The Broward Partnership is committed to reducing homelessness by promoting independence and self-worth through advocacy, housing and comprehensive services. To achieve this mission, the Partnership operates the Broward County Central Homeless Assistance Center/Huizenga Family Campus, a 57,000 square foot, 230-bed emergency homeless shelter situated on 2.7 acres near downtown Fort Lauderdale.  In addition to emergency shelter, clothing and three nutritious meals a day, the Partnership service approach highlights alternatives to living on the street and provides each resident with the tools to reacquire health, housing and employment in a safe and nurturing environment.

Families with children continue to be one of the fastest growing segments of the homeless population, with an increasing number living on the streets, in cars or other unsafe accommodations. This year the Partnership expanded its campus to accommodate an additional 30 beds for homeless single mothers with children, helping to get more families off the streets and into safe, stable housing as quickly as possible. To date, Broward Partnership has served more than 20,000 homeless men, women and children in Broward County, providing them with the opportunity to help achieve dignified independence and rebuild their lives. For further information, please call 954-779-3990 or visit