$3.5 Million Raised for Trades Training through Concert’s Charity Golf Tournaments

On Sep 17, 2019 under CommunityWorks

Celebrating 30-Years in Business, 22-Years of Charity Golf Tournaments
and $3.5 Million Raised

Concert’s Charity Golf Tournament brings together industry partners to have fun and raise funds for trades training programs across Canada. This year’s Golf Tournament, which took place earlier this month at separate tournaments in Vancouver and Toronto, raised $350,000. These Funds go to various trades training programs in BC and Ontario, including programs at British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver Island’s Camosun College, George Brown College and Toronto’s Hammer Heads.
“Concert’s Charity Golf Tournament, now in its 22nd year, has cumulatively raised $3.5 million toward trades training,” says Concert President and CEO Brian McCauley. “With the generosity of our industry partners and sponsors, this golf tournament helps the careers of skilled workers who are critical to our industry’s success. As a Canadian company, we are proud to raise funds directly benefitting programs across the country.”
This year’s theme was ‘The Best of’ Concert’s Golf Tournaments (A Retrospective) – our way to honour our previous successful tournaments, while celebrating 30-years of meaningfully giving back to our communities.
Concert Properties and Concert Infrastructure thank all partners and sponsors for their continued support in helping aspiring students explore a rewarding career in the trades, while helping to address skills shortages and investing in the future of our industry.

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