Off the back of their popular first event, the Carinbundi Foundation will be hosting its second Carinbundi golf day on 4 October 2020 at the Bundaberg Golf Club.
Carinbundi Foundation Coordinator, Debra Phillips said last year’s event was so popular, that the decision was made to run it this year.
“We want to make this an annual event, following last year’s success,” Debra said.
“2020 has had a big question mark over it though. The Covid-19 restrictions have really hampered all event and fund-raising activities so we are pleased that we can hold the golf day again this year, now that restrictions have eased.”
The 2019 golf day attracted over 100 players, including plenty of local support by Bundaberg businesses through donations, prizes and sponsorships.
Efflux are supporting the Carinbundi Golf Day again this year as a major sponsor, and have gained naming rights of the golf day, aptly calling it ‘The Eflux Carinbundi Charity Golf Day’.
Several other sponsors have already signed up again for 2020 to support the Foundation, but Debra said there were still spaces left.
“The cost of sponsoring a hole on the day is only $200 and businesses are encouraged to make their display as interactive as possible,” said Debra.
“The format is a four-person Ambrose competition with the cost of a team being $240 and that includes golf carts.
“There will be a BBQ on the day, as well as drink carts out and about on the course.
“Now that Covid-19 restrictions have been eased, it is a great opportunity to get out for a fun day and socialise. Guests can be assured that all the necessary restrictions relating to catering and social distancing will be adhered to on the day.”
Funds raised on the day will go towards building homes for life for People living with a disability in Bundaberg, and the first building project is due to commence in the next couple of weeks.
People can contact Deb on 4158 9641 or via the Carinbundi Foundation Facebook event page; https://www.facebook.com/events/611233933129301/
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