September 8, 2023

Golfing Fore a Cause! St. Joe’s Golf Tournament Raises More than $100,000!

Thanks to everyone who chipped in and teed off yesterday in support of our Hospital. Despite a bit of rain at the start, the skies eventually cleared and it turned out to be a tee-riffic day at Glendale Golf & Country Club. This year’s tournament saw 136 players join us and thanks to their generosity, as well as that of our sponsors, volunteers and committee members, we raised over $105,000 – the highest the tournament has tallied in its recent history.

Those funds will directly support the highest priority equipment needs at St. Joe’s. On the course, using the right club for the right terrain and the right distance is essential to mastering the game of golf. The same is true at our Hospital. Having the right equipment means that we can diagnose illnesses more accurately. It means we can make incisions smaller. The right equipment can reduce pain, and improve healing. So our patients can get back to their lives, and their families, sooner.

A special thanks goes out to this year’s Golf Committee, Peter Cicchi, Hugh Bowman, Scott Galbraith, Scott Lowell, Dave Lumsden, Paul Porteous, and Adam Tillich who helped to make this year’s event a swinging success.

For photos of yesterday’s event, check out our Facebook album.


Thank you to our Sponsors

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Abatement Technologies
Area Construction Ltd.
Baiocco Construction Corp.
Bercon Rentals Inc.
Carmichael Engineering Ltd.
Cahill Electric
Carmens Group
CCBC LLP
Daniels Health – Canada
KPMG LLP
Layer 8 Solutions
PointClickCare
Ricoh Canada Inc.
Take 5 Oil Change
Votorantim Cimentos & St. Marys Cement

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