They Wait For Your Help
Charity Golf Australia will always act with Compassion, giving Help and Hope to the community. Charity Golf Australia will be Accountable and Respectful of monies donated, ensuring monies are spent on having a direct Impact on the community. Charity Golf Australia will be Transparent in its service delivery, ensuring outcomes are evaluated and reported. Charity Golf Australia will say Yes to innovation and creativity in using the monies donated to achieve the best help needed by the community.
Charity Golf Australia, began by one man, Wilf Sonntag, who has given many years of dedicated service organising charity golf events to raise monies to help those in need within the local community, Wilf has worked endlessly to pursue a charitable model, encouraging Golfers within Australia to play golf for a purpose, “giving Help and Hope”………..
A Driving Force for a Better and Healthier Life for All
Eliminating the Barriers for Young People
In partnership with the Department of Education, CGA will help to fund the MHFA Teen Program.
- Youth will feel more comfortable to talk about Mental Health
- Youth will have a more informed attitude to Mental Health
- Youth will be aware of services available to help them for Mental Health
- Youth will be able to access Mental Health Services
Eliminating the Barriers for Adults
In partnership with Hear 2 Help, Charity Golf Austrailia will fund support groups within the local community.
- Adults will feel more comfortable to talk about Mental Health
- Adults will have a more informed attitude to Mental Health
- Adults will be aware of services available to help them for Mental Health
- Adults will be able to access Mental Health Services
In partnership with local Golfing Clubs, Directors of Charity Golf Australia and Act Belong Commit.
- Adults will be active
- Adults will have a sense of belonging
- Adults will have a purpose in life
- All the above will contribute to happiness and good mental health
CHARITY GOLF AUSTRALIA'S PATRON
Brett Rumford was born and grew up in Perth, Western Australia. He started playing golf at age ten, quickly showing a natural eye–hand coordination which translated to a well-respected short game. He represented Australia in amateur golf (teamed with future PGA Tour players Aaron Baddeley and Brendan Jones along with Kim Felton) and was a member of the elite AIS golf program. He has always been known for his quiet personality and tremendous work ethic.