South Australian based not for profit Little Heroes Foundation is set to host the first ever Celebrity Golf Classic on Friday 29 November at the Royal Adelaide Golf Club.
The foundation has lined up some of Australia’s biggest sporting heroes and personalities to join teams of three to raise money to help seriously ill children.
Featuring the likes of AFL superstars Tony Modra and Richard Champion, sporting legends Anna Meares, Stuart O’Grady, Sally Pearson, Brett Maher, Henry Olonga, and media personalities Chris Dittmar and Graham Cornes, the day will be filled with golf, great hospitality and entertainment.
The Little Heroes Foundation has organised the event to give businesses a unique opportunity to network and associate their brands with a worthy cause.
Event sponsor Toyota Australia has donated a new Toyota RAV4 Cruiser (valued over $43,000) as one of the many prizes on offer throughout the day.
Proceeds from the day will contribute to the ongoing and future programs provided by Little Heroes Foundation.
In the past 23 years the Little Heroes Foundation has raised more that $35 million through donations, fundraising, hosted events and corporate sponsors.
These funds have contributed towards lifesaving equipment and support services for seriously ill children and their families.
The charity event has been generously sponsored by Triple M Adelaide, Royal Adelaide Golf Club, Greyhound Racing South Australia, Drummond Golf, Fleurieu Milk Company and Vili’s Bakery.
The event kicks off on Friday 29 November at 8:30am followed by a cocktail function from 2:00pm.
There’s only 10 teams of 3 left so if you’re interested, teams can book online or register their details and be contacted by Little Heroes Foundation with more details.
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