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Beverly Charity Classic

BEVERLY CHARITY CLASSIC

Members at Beverly are able to enjoy a great lifestyle at the club. Unfortunately, some other members of the greater Hamilton community are not so lucky, and the club believes in giving back to the community which it serves. The Beverly Charity Classic golf tournament is the way we do that. This annual event is unique in that it is a pro-am tournament with a Golf Professional in each foursome who plays both as part of the team and for their own prize purse of $10,000. It has become recognized as a superior tournament, and a valuable event to support annually.

The 23rd annual event will be held in 2020. This year's charities will be Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services, Charity of Hope and City Kidz.

Mission

The Board of Directors at Beverly Golf and Country Club initiated the Beverly Charity Pro-Am Classic Golf Tournament in 1998, to provide a venue whereby the Club and its individual members could give something back to our community.

Goals

  • To support worthwhile charities, which utilize a majority of the donated funds to support medical research and/or client care services
  • To donate 100% of the proceeds of the tournament to the identified charities
  • To host a well organized and superior quality golf tournament
  • To be recognized by Beverly members, and the general public as a valuable event to support annually

This tournament has raised to date $1,319,000 for local charities

  • 2019 - Venture Centre, Brain Injury Foundation and Bulldogs Foundation (Breakfast Program)
  • 2018 - Rygiel Homes, City Kidz and The Bulldogs Foundation Breakfast Program
  • 2017- Camp Bucko, Acclaim Health and The Bulldogs Foundation Breakfast Program
  • 2016 - Cancer Assist Program and An Instrument for Every Child 
  • 2015 - City Kidz, John Howard Society and Camp Huronda (Canadian Diabetes Association)
  • 2014 - Bob Kemp Hospice and CIBC Breast Cancer Assessment Centre 
  • 2013 - Rygiel Support for Community Living and Cystic Fibrosis
  • 2012 - CIBC Breast Assessment Centre at Hamilton’s Juravinski Cancer and the Canadian Diabetes Association’s Camp Huronda
  • 2011 - The Carpenter Hospice and Halton Children’s Aid
  • 2010 - James Birrell Foundation and the Canadian Diabetes Association
  • 2009 – Wellwood Resource Centre and Hamilton Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association
  • 2008 – Sanfilippo Children’s Research Foundation and The Carpenter Hospice
  • 2007 – Neighbour to Neighbour and MacMaster Children’s Hospital Neo-Natal Unit
  • 2006 – Juvenile Diabetes and Juravinski Cancer Centre
  • 2005 - ALS Society of Ontario and Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (Hamilton Chapter)
  • 2004 - Firestone Institute for Respiratory Health at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Travis’ Battle for Battens Disease
  • 2003 - James Birrell Fund for Neuroblastoma and Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
  • 2002 - Sanfilippo Children’s Research Foundation and Wellwood Resource Centre of Hamilton
  • 2001 - Alzheimer Society for Halton-Wentworth and Sanfilippo Children’s Research Foundation
  • 2000 - VOICE (For hearing impaired children) and PANDA (To prevent abuse and neglect of children)
  • 1999 - Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
  • 1998 - Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
Updated: February 2020