The 47th Annual Borthwick Memorial Golf Tournament in support of the Hamilton G&CC Foundation
Monday, September 11th, 2017
Course closed for the day
Registration - 11 am
Lunch - 12 noon
Shotgun start - 1 pm start
Dinner - 7 pm - (Jacket required, tie optional)
More details to follow.
Through the Borthwick Memorial Golf Tournament, the HGCC Foundation is supporting five local charities this year:
- An Instrument for Every Child is a unique and innovative musical program offered by the Hamilton Music Collective that provides elementary school children in Hamilton's inner city schools with the opportunity to learn to play an instrument - www.aninstrumentforeverychild.ca.
- Ancaster Community Services (ACS) is a community based agency providing many supportive programs to assist those in need in our growing community. We provide food assistance, transportation programs, counseling, information and referral services, youth programs and volunteer engagement opportunities - www.ancastercommunityservices.ca.
- The Eva Rothwell Resource Centre at Robert Land provides programs and services that help individuals living in the Keith (North Hamilton) neighbourhood to reach their full potential, improve quality of life and enhance social well-being - www.robertland.org.
Rygiel Supports For Community Living is in its 50th year of serving children and adults who have a developmental disability and most of them also live with multiple physical disabilities. Its mandate is to provide residential support, thereby, providing the person with a home and support for all aspects of daily living - www.rygiel.ca
McMaster Children's Hospital Foundation – The Pediatric Palliative Care Project. McMaster Children’ Hospital is the specialized pediatric hospital for the 600,000 children in south central Ontario. The promise of our interdisciplinary Palliative Care team is to provide the best quality of life for terminally ill patients and their families - www.mackids.ca.
2017 Presenting Sponsor:
"Giving back to the community where we live, work and play"