Ann Storck Center Hosted its 38th Annual All Heart Volleyball Challenge on June 15

The Event Raised Over $27,260 to Enrich the Lives of Children and Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

On Saturday, June 15, Ann Storck Center – a Fort Lauderdale-based private nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching lives of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities – hosted its 38th Annual All Heart Volleyball Challenge on the sand in Pompano Beach. The event raised over $27,260 to support the Center’s mission, which is throughout all its programs and services to discover ability and build independence so that individuals live happier, more independent, fulfilling lives.

Players enjoyed a fun-filled day of volleyball, a live DJ, a raffle, prizes, lunch, dinner, beverages and more. Supporters played in co-ed 6’s volleyball teams in the beach volleyball tournament in competitive or recreational divisions, raising much-needed funds and awareness for the Ann Storck Center, which accommodates 96 permanent residents and serves more than 3000 clients daily through an array of critical care, learning and ability focused programs.

“Our hearts are full from the incredible support of everyone who joined us for the 38th Annual All Heart Volleyball Challenge on Pompano Beach,” said Ann Stock Center CEO Patricia (Pat) Murphy. “It’s always a joy to see our supporters and Ann Storck Center families come together for some friendly competition and a great cause. This day is only made possible by the dedication of our community, players and donors, all champions for enriching lives of those with developmental disabilities.”

Ann Storck Center thanks the sponsors for their generous support. The 2024 Presenting Sponsor was TDON. The lunch sponsor was the Oceanic at Pompano Beach Pier and the event supporting sponsor was the Beach House Waterfront Restaurant.

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About Ann Storck Center:

The Ann Storck Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is the heart of uncompromising care, supporting children and adults of all abilities with developmental, educational and residential programs that foster lives of discovery and fulfillment. The center is building a village of love and purpose, changing how those with intellectual and developmental disabilities are included as inspiring, valuable members of our communities. ASC has been serving the community for more than 65 years, originally known as the Pediatric Care Center, then in 1981 becoming ASC. Today, ASC accommodates 300 children and adults on six separate sites including a school/therapy center, adult day training program, two intermediate care facilities offering specialized residential services, as well as ten group homes embedded in the community offering a more independent lifestyle. For more information, visit, or on social media visit Facebook or Instagram.