Wynyard Old Boys raise money for Daisy Chain
Wynyard Old Boys have held a charity golf day in aid of Daisy Chain, which has raised over £7000.
Jim Mongan, member of Wynyard Golf Committee, said: “A great day was had by all and we had the bonus of enjoying perfect golfing weather on a Wynyard course that is at its best. Our appreciation and thanks go to all our hole, team sponsors and donors for their generosity and financial support in helping us raise £7,000, a figure way beyond our original expectations.”
During the past three years, the club have raised in excess of £27,000 for charitable causes and continued to support worth causes in the Tees Valley.
Matt Simpson, Chief Executive at Daisy Chain, presented the club with a painting by Sophie Bodocs , one of the children who uses Daisy Chain as a way of recognising the club’s support.
Daisy Chain is a haven for families affected by autism in the Tees Valley. Daisy Chain provides a range of services, including support and activity groups for the whole family. We believe that Daisy Chain makes a demonstrable, significant and sustainable difference to the lives of the hundreds families across the Tees Valley.
For more information on Daisy Chain please contact 01642 531248 or visit the website at www.daisychainproject.co.uk