Mercy Midnight Madness Golf-A-Thon
A LITTLE CRAZY, A LITTLE CHALLENGING, BUT A LOT OF FUN!
Join Pastor John Burns of Relate Church for a game of golf that’s like nothing you’ve ever played before. The Mercy Midnight Madness Golf-A-Thon is an all-night round of golf to raise funds for young women struggling with life-controlling issues.
“Last year I ran and played 200 holes of golf in 24 hours to raise money for Mercy Canada. During that time, I made the unexpected discovery of how much fun night golfing can be! If you love golf, you need to try this.”
-Pastor John Burns
Watch Pastor John Burns talk about the Mercy Midnight Madness Golf-A-Thon here:
What is it: Tee-off at 10 PM the day after Father’s Day and play golf all night long using head lamps and glow-in-the-dark golf balls.
Where: Peace Portal Golf (visit: peaceportalgolf.com)
When: Monday, June 20
How can I get involved: You can either sign up to golf alongside Pastor John or give a donation to support the campaign.
To sponsor any of the players directly, go to raceonline.ca
Your sponsorship commitment is expected within six months of June 20, the day of the event.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request your tax receipt.
To sign up, call Mercy Canada at 604-535-1983 or email us at email@example.com
You can also contact Pastor John Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org
Supplied: Golf carts; Refreshments on the course; Glow-in-the-dark golf balls; Great prizes for golfing and fundraising accomplishments; BBQ steak breakfast banquet at the 6 AM finish.
Required: Your own clubs; Head lamps; At least 10 sponsors of 1K each or more (or any combination of sponsorship adding up to the same).
Benefits: Raising money for a great cause; Having an unforgettable fun golf adventure; Connecting with other great leaders and golfers.
Mercy Canada is a free-of-charge residential program dedicated to helping young women break free from a variety of life-controlling issues, such as eating disorders, self-harm, drug and alcohol addictions, physical and sexual abuse, depression, and unplanned pregnancies. The residential program is voluntary and completely free-of-charge to young women ages 19-28. The average stay at Mercy Canada lasts six to nine months and is designed to address the whole person – spirit, soul, and body.
Learn more about Mercy Canada: mercycanada.ca