September is prostate cancer awareness month and the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is asking golf clubs across the country to support men affected by prostate cancer. Wouldn't it be amazing if on September 23rd golf clubs all across the country tee'd off at the same time to raise funds and show their support for these brave men and their families. Let's make sure they know they're not alone!
WHEN: September 23rd 2019
WHERE: Golf Clubs Across Australia
TIME: 8:30 am
PCFA aims to cultivate a culture of awareness surrounding prostate cancer. So, events such as this bring awareness to an often taboo subject. With 3500 deaths from prostate cancer each year, it becomes clear promoting awareness to get checked is extremely important and can make a real impact. When your club chooses to 'Have a hit for Him' it promotes awareness which has the capacity to positively impact lives in your community.
How your club can make a difference
Help us make a difference in the lives of men with prostate cancer by raising funds for life-changing research and Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurses. PCFA is asking clubs to commit to donating the clubs green fees from one round of golf on September 23rd. Every bit matters and if clubs across Australia donated then together we can make a massive difference!
Make it an even bigger event and host a BBQ for members after the game, with proceeds donated to PCFA! Having a BBQ is a great way to promote conversation about prostate cancer, get your friends together and have a bite to eat! Make a day of it and encourage your members to get involved by having a raffle as well!
If your club is unable to participate on September 23rd PCFA would still love to have your involvement and support, just contact us with your preferred date.
By registering your event you will receive support from our fundraising office which includes:
- Authority to fundraise
- Promotion of your event by PCFA
- PCFA lapel pin and awareness wristband for all registered players
To register your event, please fill in the form below: