Tuesday, July 16th 2019 - Thursday, July 18th, 2019
About the Classic:
The Willow Park Charity Golf Classic began with a simple idea . . . a belief in the importance of giving back to the community, of supporting worthwhile causes on behalf of the Club and its members.
For over 30 years, since 1988, through the generosity of Willow Park directors and members, and through the support of sponsors, players and volunteers, the Willow Park Charity Golf Classic has donated over $10.7 million to Calgary charities.
This year proceeds from the Willow Park Golf Charity Classic will support Pacekids Programs.
Last year in Alberta, over 22,000 children with a disability, were in Early Childhood programs. That’s 22,000 families facing day-to-day challenges of raising a child with special needs. From as young as six months of age, Pacekids supports these children in the home, classroom, and community. For many families, the doors to Pacekids opens a world of hope and an opportunity going from simply surviving to thriving.
Offering an unparalleled level of service to Calgary children with special needs means Pacekids must fundraise an average of $1,000 per child. Proceeds from the Willow Park Charity Golf Classic will leave a legacy and have a lifelong impact on the children and families of Pacekids.
Every child deserves to thrive, and with your support, they will.
To learn more about Pacekids Programs, please visit www.pacekids.ca.
Get involved in the 2019 Charity Golf Classic
- Donate: The Classic committee welcomes items for the Live and Silent Auction valued above $250. An Auction Donation Form is available at the Club office. Click Here for printable form.
- Sponsor: A variety of sponsorship levels are available. Click Here for information and a printable form.
- Play: The playing field for the Classic is full. Please contact Mark Renneberg to be placed on the waiting list. Cost is $4,000 per team plus a donation to the selected charity.
- Volunteer: To volunteer on the Committee or during the event contact Janelle Morrice.
2020 Willow Park Charity Golf Classic Recipient Application Process
The process of selecting the recipient charity for the 2020 Willow Park Charity Golf Classic will begin in January 2019. Interested charities can apply by filling out the application form found below and emailing the completed form to email@example.com by no later than April 26th, 2019. If there are questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the email above and we would be happy to help. Thank you for your interest in partnering with us.
2019 Charity Classic Committee
Treasurer / Sponsors Day / Selection Committee
Volunteers / Selection Committee
Team Captain Coordinator / Selection Committee
Sponsorship / Media
Sponsorship / Signage
Digital Marketing Coordinator
WP Head Golf Professional
Last Year’s Willow Park Charity Golf Classic
While the weather was a bit uncertain at times, the golf and support for this event was remarkable. Together we raised $700,000 for the Calgary Counselling Centre, the largest sum in our history.
Congratulations to the 2018 winning team: Dave Ambedian, Walter Vrataric, Jeff Newcommon and Kevin Davison.
Recipients of the Charity Classic
2019 Pacekids Programs
2018 Calgary Counselling Centre $700,000
2017 Children’s Hospital Foundation Kid Sim Program $433,000
2016 Distress Centre Calgary $410,000
2015 Fresh Start Recover Centre $520,000
2014 Calgary Meals on Wheels $572,000
2013 Impact Society of Calgary $499,000
2012 The Alex Youth Health Centre $531,000
2011 Bethany Care Society $535,000
2010 Kids Cancer Care Foundation, Camp Kindle $450,000
2009 Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (ARBI) $490,000
2008 Calgary Homeless Foundation $485,000
2007 Renfrew Educational Services $490,000
2006 Calgary Land Trust / Habitat for Humanity $600,000
2005 Discovery House / Calgary Foundation $505,000
2004 Rotary Challenger Park / Calgary Foundation $535,000
2003 Calgary Foundation $500,000
2002 Hospice Calgary / Calgary Foundation $400,000
2001 The Vocational & Rehabilitation Research Institute / Calgary Foundation $350,000
2000 Woods Homes / Calgary Foundation $325,000
1999 Salvation Army Children's Village $280,000
1998 Alberta Adolescent Recovery Center $250,000
1997 Epilepsy Association of Calgary $135,000
1996 Calgary Urban Project Society $125,000
1995 Canadian National Institute for the Blind $125,000
1994 William Roper Hull Child & Family Services $100,000
1993 Alberta Lung Association, Calgary Division $90,000
1992 S.T.A.R.S. Rescue Ambulance $90,000
1991 Juvenile Diabetes Association $60,000
1990 Illetis & Colitis Association $55,000
1989 Make a Child's Dream Come True $35,000
1988 Crime Stoppers $25,000
Total $10 million