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1st Annual British Columbia
Golf Tournament Supported
with Big Canadian Hearts.

August 11th, 2020

1st Annual British Columbia
Golf Tournament
Supported with
Big Canadian Hearts.

August 11th, 2020

Homeless Not Hopeless

Tyson Vandelft gives a big thumbs up for an incredibly successful day in spite of pandemic.

Tyson Vandelft gives a big thumbs up for an incredibly successful day in spite of pandemic.

“Even during these unpredictable times with COVID-19, we decided to take a leap of faith and continue with our plan to move ahead hosting the very first PIBF Golf Tournament in the Fraser Valley Region of British Columbia, Canada.” says tournament organizer Tyson Vandelft.

It’s during these unprecedented times that non profit associations need support the most. The generosity of leaders within both the business and private sectors of Fraser Valley communities was overwhelming. The tournament, held at Red Woods Golf Course in Langley, raised over $45,000 for L.I.F.E. Recovery Association, a not-for-profit society that supports women to help overcome their substance addiction. The tournament supports a Drive for Renewed Lives initiative to help purchase a new shuttle bus to get tenants out into the community as part of a holistic program of healing.

The amazing volunteers that stepped up to make the day run smoothly were a big part of the success. A beautiful day of sunshine helped add to the positive atmosphere. L.I.F.E. Recovery Association representatives were in attendance to share stories with the participants and thank each and every individual for being a part of this great event. It was a day filled with gratitude and hope.

“We’re so grateful to be a part of such a generous and giving community.” Tyson said. “A great big thank you to all who were a part of this amazing day!”