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ANNUAL GOLF DAY & DINNER Minimize

Proudly supporting Kidney Health Australia

Supported by Subaru Melbourne

Perfect weather conditions helped make Kidney Health Australia’s 11th Annual Golf Day our best to date. On Monday 3 March 2014, a total of 80 golfers gathered at Royal Melbourne Golf Club to compete against each other on the course that is ranked the number one in Australia, and top ten in the world!

That evening, over 140 guests attended the Royal Melbourne Golf Club Dining Room to hear from inspiring speakers, including young man Ethan Daws, who provided a personal account of what it is like to live with kidney disease and the benefits from attending our Kidney Kids Camps. It certainly put into perspective why Kidney Health Australia undertakes the work it does, especially with children.
 
Over $40,000 dollars was raised from the golf day and dinner, which is our largest fundraising result in all these years!

We’d like to thank you and all the companies and individuals who helped make this possible including our naming rights sponsor Source Central Partners, major sponsor Subaru, hole sponsors Metro Partitions, Metro Signs, Moores, Phil Hoffmann Travel, Linblad Expeditions – National Geographics and dinner Master of Ceremonies Dean Jones AM.

For information on how to get involved in next year’s 12th Annual Golf Day and Dinner, as a sponsor or participant - please contact our Golf Event Manager, Tiffany Sanchez on 03 9674 4318 or email events@kidney.org.au

We look forward to seeing you at this event!

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Last updated: Jul 2014.