Versanta, the global events and media experts, are asking those who are involved in the construction industry to enjoy some time on their fairways in order to fundraise. The media company are making this request as part of a fundraising campaign for a construction charity. CRASH is a construction industry charity, and a worthy cause, that works to provide practical assistance for homeless and hospice charities as they undertake construction related projects.
The invitation to the golf course is expected to become an annual event to raise money for charity. The event this year will be held at the famous PGA Professional Golf Course, The Belfry in Sutton Caulfield. This is also a perfect experience for fans of the sport to enjoy a round on the world famous course and walk in the footsteps of their favourite players. This event is bound to be a success and with the possibility of other, equally as well known venues as the event gains more success, all the while raising money for a terrific cause.
CRASH offers free of charge professional advice and expertise to other charities that require construction assistance as well as giving cash grants for construction projects that are being carried out by homeless and hospice charities. CRASH has also been involved in the construction of environments that are beneficial to the inhabitants wellbeings, something that can have a massive impact on those who have been vulnerable, sick, and homeless as well as those who care for them.
As part of the fundraising event, the golfers will also be treated to a sportsman’s dinner where they will enjoy a three course meal and being able to hear from a sporting legend. With CRASH being such a unique and practical charity, working to provide construction assistance to other charities, they are an ideal candidate for fundraising support.
Versanta have also announced that as part of the event that they will be covering all costs of the event, meaning that 100% of the donations made as part of the event, via sponsorship or through cash will go straight to the charity.