100% OF THE PROCEEDS BENEFIT HARVEST PROJECT
Friday, June 21, 2019
12 pm - 2 pm
$85 per single player
$340 per Foursome
JSL Law is pleased to announce our inaugural Charity Golf Tournament at the beautiful Northlands Golf Course. We are proud to support Harvest Project, with 100% of the proceeds going towards this local charity.
Registration is open online now! Once you register, you will be able to pick your own tee time. The times for tee-time are reserved from 12 pm - 2 pm. Space is limited, so make sure to register today.
We have lots of prizes to be won - longest drive, $10,000 for hole-in-one - as well as a silent auction, and much more!
To register, please follow the link, or click the above button, to Northland Golf Course's registration page. If you would like to be a sponsor, please contact Hollis Lucky, 100% of the sponsorship funds go to Harvest Project.
We want to thank the dedication of all the players who take part in the tournament, the support of all our sponsors, all our volunteers, and Northland Golf Course, who will raise funds to help individuals and families overcome difficult life circumstances and the threat of poverty. A special thank you to the commitment of Harvest Project.
When JSL Law was founded in North Vancouver in 1980, its focus was on assisting those in our community who needed a helping hand. As a local business, we wish to give back to the community that has supported us for over 30 years.
Northlands Golf Course
Located in North Vancouver, Northlands Golf Course presents a well-formulated mix of challenging holes, friendly scenic downhill vistas, and strategically located natural hazards. Throughout the design and construction process, there was an emphasis on retaining the naturalness of this forested mountainside site. Northlands opened for 18-hole public play in 1997 and has earned the reputation of being Metro Vancouver’s Premiere Public Course.
Harvest Project is a registered charity that has served Metro-Vancouver’s North Shore for 25 years. They are dedicated to helping individuals and families overcome difficult life circumstances and the threat of poverty - they provide a safety net so that each one can take steps towards a healthier, productive life. Volunteers, staff and board members are all North Shore residents reaching out to neighbours.
Harvest Project provides:
- 4,600+ one-to-one coaching, grocery depot, and drop-in sessions
- Groceries valued at $750,000 (food hampers & emergency bags)
- Food Recovery Program for fresh food collection & redistribution w/community partners
- 700 clothing-outfits provided for clients plus an operating, social-enterprise thrift shop
- 130+ active volunteers. 19,000 hours of service annually by North Shore residents
Harvest Project Client Testimonial
Margaret arrived at Harvest Project homeless, with three young children. After four years with Harvest Project, she has a home and completed her university training with a straight-A average.
“My children are doing well and I am forever grateful to Harvest Project for helping me with a hand up.”