Published: June 21, 2019 By: Carol Anne Stares

To kick off golf season, McIntosh Perry hosted their 29th Annual Client Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for the YWCA Toronto Girl’s Centre. Proceeds from the event go towards helping girls and women receive support on difficult issues, share ideas, express creativity, explore interests and plan their futures.

GTA Women at McIntosh Perry 2019 Client Golf Tournament

The tournament took place on a gorgeous sunny day at Glen Eagle Golf Club in Caledon, Ontario. McIntosh Perry staff and over 200 clients took to the fairway at the shotgun start at 1:00pm, on June 18th.

Prior to the shotgun call, pink gloves were given out to all women attending the golf tournament to show our support and to let girls and women know they’re not alone. Our grand prize raffle kindly donated by CSBI Group Ltd., helped us raise over $2,600 for the YWCA Girl’s Centre.

McIntosh Perry always looks forward to participating in charity and fundraising events and continuing to give back to the communities we work and live in.

2019 McIntosh Perry Client Golf Tournament

The tournament was sponsored by: 10Thousand Feet, AGAT Laboratories, ALS Environmental Laboratories, Atlantis Restoration, August Contracting Ltd., Aztec Structural Restoration Inc., CanMar Contracting Ltd., CIBC, Conterra Restoration Ltd., Cordeiro Roofing, CSBI Group Ltd., CWB Maxium, Domion Caulking/Langstaff Restorations Ltd, Eagle Restoration, EMC Scientific, EMSL, ENCON, Eurofins, Ferro Canada, FirstOnSite, Flynn Canada, Forest Contractors, Hoskin, Index Construction, Integricon, KIB Building Restoration Inc., LRI, M+L Testing Equiptment, Palmark Construction, Restorers Group, Semple Gooder, Solar Roofing & Sheet Metal Ltd., Soprema, Battista Paving, Tri-Phase Group, and Unique Restoration Ltd.

A special thanks to Marsh for sponsoring our hole-in-one-contest sponsor with a prize of $10,000.

For more photos from this amazing day, please visit: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmEqwjEE

YWCA Logo

About the Girl’s Centre: YWCA Girls’ Centre is a girls-only space. Girls and young women receive support on difficult issues, share ideas, express creativity, explore interests and plan their futures.

About the YWCA Toronto: The YWCA Toronto helps women and girls flee violence, secure housing, find jobs, establish their voices, enhance skills and develop confidence. They offer a range of housing options, employment and training programs, community support programs, girls’ programs and family programs; they also engage in systemic advocacy.