Cattlewomen for the cure successfully raised $102,000 for the War Amps-Champs Program this year, through its annual charity golf tournament.
In its tenth year, the hope was that the group would surpass $500,000 in total charity contributions for August tee-off. And,with the help of sponsors, golfers, volunteers, and a matching donation of $50,000 from Keith Ypma, they did just that.
This winter, the group will decide on a charity for their 2016 golf tournament, but for now, they’re celebrating a milestone.
Hear from Cattlewomen for the Cure’s keynote speaker, Chris Koch, in an interview filmed at the Alberta Beef Industry Conference
— Deborah Wilson (@DeborahJWilson) August 18, 2015
— Pritchard & Co Law (@PCo_LLP) August 17, 2015
Had a fun day at the Cattlewomen for a Cure golf tournament! Even hit my first birdie! pic.twitter.com/rtWmdK0Gmp
— Keltey Whelan (@kelt93) August 18, 2015
Team Angus is playing at the Cattlewomen charity golf tournament today in Medicine Hat! pic.twitter.com/dmFBdtWYSW
— Canadian Angus (@cdnangus) August 17, 2015
Had the pleasure of hosting Cattlewomen For the Cure tourney Mon. Amazing group of Ladies that do an amazing job. pic.twitter.com/st1YFKBT2M
— Cottonwood Coulee GC (@CottonwoodGCMH) August 18, 2015