Corporate Golf Charity Tournament

The highly anticipated Corporate Charity Golf Tournament will take place on Thursday, 7 November 2019 at the prestigious Russley Golf Club.

Partnered with Christchurch BMW, this notable charity event is intended to connect business people in the Canterbury Region through sport, by creating a platform where key relationships are formed. Be ready to drive profile awareness, strategy talk, strengthening business or developing long lasting professional relationships. This could even be the place to be where the next significant business deal is made.

The format for the event is ambrose, meaning, anyone can play in the Corporate Charity Golf Tournament, assuming they enjoy golf, are business-minded, no official Golf handicap is required. Our mission is to ensure a fair and even competition where only the most deserving team of the day will prevail. Winners are set to walk away with some exceptional prizes.

All funds raised will go towards the operational expenses of the Trust to allow us to continue to provide our service to those in our community including our annual Road Accident Remembrance Day, Canterbury Road Trauma Awards and support services. This event will take place the week of our fourth annual Road Accident Remembrance Day.

Registrations are now open. This is certainly a date in your corporate social calendar not to be missed.

For further information or if you are interested in sponsorship. Please contact Sarah Dean directly on 027 3240918 or email roadtraffictrauma@xtra.co.nz.

Support Road Traffic Accident Trauma Charitable Trust
The Road Traffic Accident Trauma Charitable Trust was founded in 2010 to provide counselling, advocacy and advice to assist those that have been affected by road traffic accident related trauma. In particular, it was founded to provide a service for those that do not meet criteria for counselling support under the Accident Compensation Act administered by the Accident Compensation Corporation. This is the first Charitable Trust of its kind in New Zealand.