Join us for one of Hydrocephalus Canada's largest fundraising events of the year!
We are thrilled to share the highlights and successes of our 2023 Charity Golf Tournament, which took place on Monday, September, 11th at the stunning Wyldewood Golf Course. Thanks to everyone who came out for their unwavering support and participation, this year’s event was a tremendous success, raising crucial funds for the SB&H community while providing a day of camaraderie and fun on the green.
A Day of Golf for a Greater Purpose
With perfect weather and enthusiastic participants, our 2023 Charity Golf Tournament began with a 1pm shotgun. Golfers of all skill levels gathered to compete for the best foursome , all while contributing to our cause. Our mission to educate everyone was at the forefront of everyone’s minds as they took to the course.
The Competition Heats Up
The tournament featured various exciting contests and challenges that added an extra layer of excitement to the day. Golfers showcased their skills in the longest drive, closest-to-the-pin, and free throw competition, with fantastic prizes up for grabs. The friendly yet competitive spirit on the course was truly inspiring.
After a thrilling afternoon of golf, participants and volunteers gathered for a delicious dinner and awards ceremony. This provided an opportunity for everyone to unwind, share stories from the course, and connect with like-minded individuals who are passionate about our cause.
Giving Back in Style
We are delighted to announce that the 2023 Charity Golf Tournament raised an impressive 33k to support our mission. These funds will be instrumental in providing more programs and services. This achievement would not have been possible without the generosity of our sponsors, players, and the dedication of our volunteers. Your support and enthusiasm continue to drive our mission forward, and we are deeply grateful for your dedication.
Mark your calendars for next year! Our 2024 Charity Golf Tournament is already in the works, and we can’t wait to see you on the course once again.
As a part of the dinner and reception at this year’s event, Will Pieta gave a speech about his journey with Hydrocephalus Canada and reflection on the 50th Anniversary theme: