On Friday, June 25th, local golfers will hit the links to drive support for Hospice Quinte, and the future Hospice Quinte Care Centre. Hospice Quinte is reviving its annual Charity Golf Tournament in hopes of boosting the coffer’s following back-to-back cancellations of its largest annual fundraising event.
“It’s been several years since our organization last spearheaded a charity golf tournament,” says Jennifer May-Anderson, Executive Director for Hospice Quinte. “We are extremely excited about this renewed fundraising effort, particularly in light of the fact that our annual Gala event, like many others, has unfortunately been cancelled 2 years in a row now due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“While we are saddened by the inability to conduct our traditional major fundraiser, we are equally excited for the opportunity to engage in fresh forms of pandemic-friendly fundraising including this upcoming Charity Golf Tournament,” adds May-Anderson.
Hospice Quinte’s 2021 Charity Golf Tournament will be held at Black Bear Ridge Golf Course in Corbyville, with staggered, scheduled tee-times beginning at 9:00 am. The event is expected to cater to approximately 140 golfers. Registration cost is $200 per golfer which includes a $75 charitable tax receipt plus 18 holes with cart, a take-out style lunch, fun surprises along the course and plenty of fabulous prizes!
To register for the tournament or lend support through sponsorship and/or prize donation contact Hospice Quinte’s Communications and Donor Relations Specialist, Lisa McMurter, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-966-6610 x. 221.