Clarendon take home the 2016 Golf Day Cup

An astounding $80,000 was generated by the Golf Day

17 Oct 2016

Between 115 individuals, 25 teams, perfect weather and an entertaining game of golf at Macquarie Links, we are thrilled to announce the 2016 Clarendon Challenge Cup as The Junction Works’ most successful Charity Golf Day yet. 

Congratulations to The Junction Works’ sixth-time Gold Sponsor, Clarendon Homes, for winning the title of their own cup in 2016, which was presented to CEO Peter Campbell during Friday’s Golf Lunch.

An astounding $80,000 was generated by the Golf Day for the development of our Living Skills & Respite House, on account of registrations, donations, sponsorships, an attractive auction and with raffle tickets running out the door.

We would like to thank the incredibly generous community and corporate partners of The Junction Works, who supported the 2016 Golf Day both during and in the lead-up to the event.

“We anticipated that raising the funds for the new facility would be a long process... what we weren’t expecting was the overwhelming response and generosity of our supporters. It amazes me how many local and non-local corporates have jumped on board to help us to realise our goal,” said CEO Chris Campbell.

The success of the 2016 Golf Day would not have been possible without the support of The Junction Works’ growing corporate sponsors; our Gold Sponsor Clarendon Homes; Silver Sponsors, Meridian IT, Fowler Homes, Deep Blue Plumbing, Wattle Grove Air, Xceed Electrical and HLB Man Judd; as well as Bronze Sponsors McGrath Subaru, Simple Interiors, NTS, Office Products Depot, Lindsay Bennelong Developments and CIB Accountants & Advisers.

The Junction Works would also like to acknowledge community partners Dr and Mrs Anand, the Way Family, the Pangallo Family and Theona Gerondis, who have been an integral part of The Junction Works’ fundraising efforts and mission of Creating new possibilities in people’s lives.

Combined with previous fundraising efforts, the funds generated by the 2016 Golf Day will make it possible for the construction of the new facility to commence much sooner than imagined – in mid-late 2017 – with planning for the design process already underway.

More information about plans for The Junction Works’ Living Skills & Respite House will be released this year. 

See photos from our 2016 Golf Day on Facebook.
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