For the 16th Annual London Knights Charity Golf Tournament, the organization teamed up with Participation House London with all proceeds from the event going to support the House's local chapter. As is the case every year, teams of five golfers were each paired up with a Knights Alumni celebrity to compete for tournament supremacy as teams of six.
It turned out to be a fantastic day with some amazing shots, some great (and lucky) weather and most importantly, money raised for a great London-based organization.
Participation House Support Services – London and Area is a non-profit, community-based organization providing assistance to people with significant physical and/or developmental disabilities to reach their full potential in the community. It is committed to encouraging and creating an inclusive community where individuals with disabilities have access to all the community has to offer and are included in a valued and meaningful way. To learn more about Participation House and their role within the London community, visit their website and watch the video below.
The money raised is still currently being tallied, but we feel truly fortunate to have been involved in such a wonderful event in support of a great cause. We already look forward to our involvement in next year's tournament!