Reach For A Dream Western Cape is hosting their second annual golf day on Friday, 18 May 2012 at the Clovelly Country Club. One of the finest golf courses in South Africa, Clovelly offers its members and visitors a memorable experience.
The golf day is a great marketing and networking opportunity for corporates and individuals. Entry per four ball is R3 200 and the package includes 18 holes, halfway house, prize giving dinner, a goody bag, fantastic prizes and the opportunity to fulfill the dreams of children with life threatening illnesses. Companies are also welcome to sponsor a hole at R1 500 and donations of four ball and raffle prizes are welcome.
Help to alleviate the strain
"The funds raised from this event will contribute towards the goal of fulfilling 240 dreams in the Western Cape in 2012," says Genevieve Cross, marketing coordinator for the Western Cape branch. Reach For A Dream seeks to alleviate the strain that a life-threatening illness takes on these children and their families by providing the children with the opportunity to realise their dream.
Reach For A Dream enriches children's lives by making dreams come true and as a result, distracting them from the needles, medication and hospital environment. These young children are under extreme pressure to deal with medical issues and are in desperate need of our encouragement. In addition, Reach For A Dream offers the child a magical moment to regain their childhood that is being lost to an illness.
For entries and sponsorship contact Genevieve on 021 555 3013 or .
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