Golf tourney raises $45K

G&F Financial Group’s (G&F) 2011 annual golf tournament and charity raffle raised $45,100 for SOS Children’s Village BC.

  • Dec. 4, 2011 8:00 p.m.

G&F Financial Group’s (G&F) 2011 annual golf tournament and charity raffle raised $45,100 for SOS Children’s Village BC (SOS BC), a Surrey-based charity providing community-based care programs for foster children and their families.

More than 120 participants gathered at Riverway Golf Course in Burnaby for a day of friendly competition and on-course activities.

It is G&F’s third consecutive year of partnership with SOS BC.

Since the start of the partnership, total funds raised for the charity total more than $89,000.

 SOS BC provides community-based family care services to improve and sustain the quality of life for foster children and foster families through a variety of programs that addresses social development and healing.

The organization is headquartered in Surrey.

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