Spending a day on the golf course this summer could help make wishes come true for children with life-threatening illnesses.
This is the Bournemouth-based charity’s 30th anniversary year and it’s hoping to raise a record amount to help its work with poorly children all over the country.
The cost is £60 per player – £240 for a team of four – and there is also a varied range of sponsorship packages which enable businesses to promote themselves to an audience of golfers and business owners.
The day begins with a hot drink and bacon bap for golfers before they tackle the 18 holes. There are competitions for nearest the pin and the longest drive.
A two-course late lunch follows, along with a raffle, auction and prize-giving.
Over the last 30 years Round Table Children’s Wish has helped make wishes come true for many youngsters and their families, and all the money raised at the golf day will help continue this work.
The wishes have ranged from family holidays to Disneyland, meetings with famous heroes or a longed-for present.
Round Table Children’s Wish fundraising officer Clare Kyrillou said: “This should be a great day for golfers and we’re really looking forward to our fifth charity day at Dudsbury.
“We’d love businesses to get a team together and join us on August 14 – it’s for a great cause and it’s always a fun day.”
To find out more about the charity golf day for Round Table Children’s Wish contact Clare on 01202 514515 or email her at email@example.com.
You can read more about the work of Round Table Children’s Wish at www.rtcw.org.
Note to reporters
Round Table Children’s wish is a national charity which grants hand-crafted wishes to children aged four to 17 with life-threatening illnesses.
Round Table Children’s Wish,
857 Wimborne Road,
Tel: 01202 514515
Media information: Debbie Moore, Deep South Media on 01202 534487. Email: Debbie.firstname.lastname@example.org