Charity Golf Tournament
A SMALL HIT ON THE GOLF BALL – A BIG HIT FOR THE CHARITIES
Golf Château de la Tournette, Nivelles, 11/09/2023
Come & give your best swing to support our social integration mission!
Every year our Charity Golf Tournament is a huge hit no matter how you slice it!
This is one of our flagship and most important fundraisers.
This edition is particularly important for us as United Fund for Belgium celebrates its 50th Anniversary. Last year we reached the record-high number in golf registration.
This time we want to get a much better result to mark our Jubilee.
Whether you are a player, a donor, or an individual participant we count on you.
11.00: Arrival & Coffee welcome
13.00: Departure with a shotgun (American course)
19.00 – 20.00: Prize Ceremony & Aperitive
20.00 – 23.00: Dinner with auctions
Registrations are open until September 8th 2022
Flight of 4 people including Golf &
Lunch packet & Dinner
800€ VAT excluded
Registration for individual Golf
player & Lunch packet & Dinner
200€ VAT excluded
75€ VAT excluded
Want to donate or sponsor?
We are asking for your help. Cash sponsorship is always welcome and details of the benefits of sponsorship are explained in the attached information sheet. We are also in need of items that can be used for the prize ceremony. In addition, donations of beer, soft drinks, water and food would be greatly appreciated. Please help us to make this year’s tournament the most successful ever.
About United Fund for Belgium
United Fund for Belgium is a Belgian non-profit organization. Its mission is to help people in need by financing projects of charity associations in Belgium. United Fund for Belgium collects donations from businesses, organizations and individuals.
100 % of the funds raised are FULLY REDISTRIBUTED to local charitable organizations, active throughout Belgium, in order to support concrete projects.
The aim of UFB is to improve SOCIAL INTEGRATION by investing in projects that have a direct impact on the beneficiaries in 3 areas: child welfare, reduction of poverty and handicapped persons.