Holes 4 Hope

2012-02-07 15:20
Ian Kennedy (File)
Cape Town - On Saturday, February 18, Steenberg’s Director of Golf, Ian Kennedy, will be playing golf for 12 consecutive hours with the intention of raising funds for Ithemba House in Hout Bay.

Kennedy, who is a former Tour Player, will not only be testing his endurance and skills, but will also be weaving his way through the Saturday morning and afternoon competition fields at Steenberg.

The aim is for the club to hand over a cheque of R100 000 - or more - to iThemba House for a deposit on their own property.

Those who would like to be a part of Holes 4 Hope, can get involved by either:

• Making a donation
• Pledging an amount per hole and seeing how many holes Ian can play
• Having your company donating an amount for each birdie and eagle that I score

All donations are to be paid directly to Ithemba House and you will receive a tax certificate from them. Pledge forms are available directly from the Steenberg Golf Bookings desk on (021) 715 0227 or Forms can also be downloaded from the Steenberg website.

iThemba House is a house of safety in Hout Bay. They have opened their doors to abandoned and traumatised children between birth and six years of age. They are a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing a loving home environment for these special children.

iThemba House is endorsed by Child Welfare and they place the children at iThemba House until the children are reunited with their parents and families, or a suitable foster home or adoptive home is found for them.”

For more information, please go to to find out more.



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