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Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament contributes $91,300 to Bolton Camp

Posted on Wednesday December 06, 2017

On September 6, 2017 hundreds of golfers descended on Osprey Valley Golf Course for the 14th  edition of the Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament. Under the leadership of Caledon Council – and with the support of a full slate of sponsors – the 2017 Tournament raised well over $100,000, passing a milestone of one million dollars given back to the community over the life of the Tournament. 

As a result of this generous support, on December 6, 2017 Caledon Council presented a cheque for $91,300 to TRCA’s Reimagining of Bolton Camp. This project is the primary beneficiary of the CCCGT proceeds for 2017.  (Other “secondary” recipients – to be named later – will be awarded the remaining proceeds from the 2017 Tournament.) 

The Council contribution will help to fulfill one of the most vital elements of Bolton Camp – the renovation of “The Hub,” a 4,000 square foot building built in 1975 that can accommodate more than 300 users.  It will become a central gathering space for the community and will ensure that TRCA can continue to meet the needs of our rapidly growing community. 

“Thank you to our sponsors, our golfers and our host Osprey Valley Golf Club,” said Mayor Allan Thompson. “Once again their generous support has contributed to another major investment in our community!” 

“On behalf of my Council colleagues I’m so proud of this investment in the Reimagining of Bolton Camp,” said Councillor Jennifer Innis, who served as this year’s Chair of the Tournament. “The Hub is a key component of the project and will help transform the site into a community cultural hub to meet the growing needs of our community and help bring our region together.” 

Applications for funding from the proceeds of the Tournament are now open.  Community and not-for-profit groups are invited to apply for either “secondary” funding from the 2017 proceeds or to be the “primary” recipient of proceeds from the 2018 Tournament.  The deadline for applications is January 31, 2018.  Applications will be considered by Caledon Council in Spring 2018. 

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About the Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament (CCCGT)

The Caledon Council Community Golf Tournament (CCCGT) is an annual charity event that has raised over $1 million for non-profit organizations located, or providing services in Caledon.  Past recipients include: Alton Legion, Bethell Hospice, Caledon Meals on Wheels, Historic Alton Restoration Trust (HART), Headwaters Health Care Foundation, Caledon Community Services and many more. 

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About Bolton Camp

Bolton Camp is a former 254 acre summer camp located in Bolton, Ontario, that features creeks, forest, trails, a sports field, an outdoor pool and over 50 historic buildings. TRCA purchased the Bolton Camp property in 2011 and is planning to invest over $30 million over 10 years to transform the historically significant camp space into a cultural community hub that will meet the needs of a growing GTA, and more specifically, the Town of Caledon, for generations to come. With a strong network of partners from across the education, government and social service sectors already working together to redevelop Bolton Camp, the foundation is in place for a unique cultural attraction that honours the heritage aspects of the site.

About The Living City Foundation

The Living City Foundation serves as the fundraising and charitable arm of Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA). The Foundation exists to connect, engage and inspire people and organizations to donate and support TRCA’s Living City Vision where human settlement can flourish forever as part of natures’ beauty and diversity.

About Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Established in 1957, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has a unique and dynamic role as the conservation authority charged with the management of the natural and water resource of Canada’s largest urban centre.  TRCA owns more than 40,000 acres of land in the Toronto region and with decades of practical experience protecting our environment, educating young people, and engaging communities, we work with governments, businesses and individuals to build a cleaner, healthier place to live. 

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