Invitation from Regional Chair

As the Chair of Niagara Regional Council, I am pleased to extend to you and your organization an invitation to participate in the 26th Niagara Regional Chair's Charity Golf Tournament.

This highly anticipated tournament is being held once again at the beautiful Legends on the Niagara golf course on Friday, Aug. 23, 2024 and the Royal Bank of Canada has, once again, agreed to be our Presenting Sponsor.

Through the very generous support of the 2023 sponsors and participants, our tournament was able to distribute $96,000 to charities that included:

  • Hotel Dieu Shaver
  • Niagara Health Foundation
  • Kristen French Child Advocacy
  • Valhalla Project Niagara
  • Niagara Children's Centre
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
  • Along with several other charities that make a real difference in the lives of Niagara residents

This year, we will be continuing our previous format with a shot gun start at noon. Lunch and dinner will be served at the club house.

Our raffle prizes will be drawn during the dinner portion of the event. Prizes will be available for the winners to take with them as they leave or arrangements can be made for pick up at Regional Headquarters following the event. A display of the prizes will be available at the clubhouse and will also be outlined in the 'day of' brochure. Please consider donating a prize to support our fundraising efforts.

Tickets will be sold for 1 for $20, 3 for $50 or 7 for $100.

Together, over the past 25 tournaments, we have raised over $2 million in donations for charities in Niagara, and we have organizations and companies like yours to thank for this continued support of our community.

I look forward to seeing you on Friday, Aug. 23 as we enjoy a day of golfing, friendly competition and take the opportunity to invest in Niagara and the people who make it a great place to live, work and play.

To register, please complete the Regional Chair's Charity Golf Tournament Registration form.

Yours truly,

Jim Bradley, Chair
Niagara Region

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