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BANK WINDHOEK WELFARE RAISES N$130 000

Wed, 18 September 2013 00:06
by Online Reporter
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The Bank Windhoek Golf Day in Aid of Welfare has raised N$130 000 for various charity organisations, which amounts to N$10 000 more than last year's raised funds.

 

The money, which was raised through the entry fees paid by the participating teams and the auctioning of several items signed by the sports legends and other fund raising activities on the day, will be distributed amongst various local charity organisations. 

 

The event was held last week Friday, at the Windhoek Country Club Resort and Casino where 33 teams competed in a 10-hole golf course. The event was graced with the presence of selected sport legends and personalities includingMarnus Kruger, Gerrie Scheepers and Hendre de Vries who formed the loose trio that entertained the golfers at the prize-giving ceremony. Johan Heunis, a legendary Springbok fullback, was also present at the event.

Welwitschia Insurance Brokers werecrowned the champions of the Bank Windhoek Golf Day in Aid of Welfare, followed by NamPower in second place and Executive Excellence in third.

 

“Bank Windhoek was pleased with the outcome and participation in the Bank Windhoek Golf Day in Aid of Welfare. It is especially grateful to the sports legends who came from South Africa, as well as all the team members, most of whom hold high positions in the local industries, for availing themselves from their busy schedule to play golf in aid of welfare,” said the bank's head of corporate communication and social investment, Riaan van Rooyen.

 

“A big thank you goes to our partner sponsors who made the event possible including Pennypinchers; Capricorn Asset Management; Kalahari Sands Hotel and Casino; AVIS Car Rental; Jaylo Productions; Distell Namibia; Peppercorn Restaurant; Harlief Rooftop Bistro; Wecke & Voigts and Embassy Bottle Store. Bank Windhoek, together with the sponsors and players, have once again illustrated that ‘Together We Do Better,” Riaan concluded.