On Saturday August 17th, 2013 two thousand golf balls will drop from a helicopter at the Georgian Bay Club in support of the Georgian Bay Club Foundation. You could win $10,000 if you own the winning ball. Golf balls can be purchased for $50 each or 3 balls for $100. Just e-mail Paula Zubek firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase.
The Georgian Bay Club Foundation has raised and donated $820,000 to our local communities in their first 9 years through an annual Charity Golf Tournament. It is The Foundationâ€™s goal to raise $180,000 in its 10th Anniversary Year to reach the target of $1 Million Dollars in 10 Years!
Established in 2004, The Georgian Bay Club Foundation is a charitable organization committed to â€œgiving backâ€ to local communities by supporting charities who have both contributed to and raised the standard the â€˜health and well-beingâ€™ of our area. Annually, a portion of the proceeds from the annual golf tournament is donated to The Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation and the Meaford Hospital Foundation in support of the many important capital initiatives they have underway. In addition other recipients receive funds each year such as The Thornbury Clinic (North East Grey Health Clinics Inc.); Georgian College South Georgian Bay Campus; Hospice Georgian Triangle; Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Georgian Triangle; Frontline Breast Cancer Foundation; Georgian Triangle Humane Society; Habitat for Humanity; My Friends House; Beaver Valley Outreach; United Way of South Georgian Bay and Salvation Army.
With the help of The Georgian Bay Club Foundation, as well as other organizations, these very worthwhile organizations will continue to provide extremely important services in our communities for years to come.
Help The Georgian Bay Club Foundation help you to build a better community for all!
On August 18th this year The Foundation is hosting its Annual Charity Golf Tournament as well as a Black Tie Dinner and Dance on the 17th and is looking for community sponsors for these events. Please contact Paula Zubek, President of the GBC Foundation for more information.