A charity golf day is being held by the Wingecarribee Adult Day Care Centres (WADCC) to raise much needed funds for the organisation.
Money raised at the Ambrose event from midday at the Bowral Golf Club on Sunday, November 26 will go towards the purchase of a wheelchair accessible bus.
"The bus will transport our clients to and from the social groups," organiser Maryke Archbold-Hession said.
"It is vital that we can offer transport from all areas of the Wingecarribee Shire because we want to be able, independently to offer flexibility and affordable transport to our clients."
Teams of four can enter for $240 and golfers will win a car donated by Toyota if a hole in one is hit on hole six.
There will also be a prize on the first hole for the male and female who hits the straightest drive from the fairway.
To be involved and support this fundraiser, organisations may sponsor a hole for $750 or $500 or provide a prize for a silent auction.
There will be plenty of opportunities for signage, exposure and promotion.
All donations are tax deductible.
The WADCC is a local, community-based, not-for-profit organisation that provides social groups for people aged 65 years and older who are still living in the community, as well as people with dementia and respite for their carers.
It has been operating for over 35 years and currently holds 10 groups per week - five at the Bowral Centre, four at the Moss Vale Centre and one at the local hall in Colo Vale.
The primary objective of the groups is having fun, laughing and talking, hence the motto 'For Fun and Friendship'.
Attending a regular social group gives people a purpose and helps brings meaning to their lives.
For more information on the golf day, contact Maryke Archbold-Hession on 0408 492 039.
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