$10,000 Contributed To Canadian Battalion And Another $10,000 To Families Of Indian Soldiers
Canada India Foundation organized its 3rd Annual Golf Tournament last Wednesday at the Royal Ontario Golf Club in Huron, ON.
Although the weather decided to play the spoilsport initially, the day turned out to be perfectly fine for golf enthusiasts who wouldn’t be cowered down even by the thunderstorm in the afternoon that threatened to end the tournament prematurely.
In the end, nothing came in the way of these golf enthusiasts, who made merry on the golf course, partaking in the choicest Indian delicacies and an exotic choice of beverages.
A young team comprising Curren Hola, Sanjay Agnihotri and Neel Patel won the tournament. The runners-up team comprised Ajay Tandon, Avtar and Janak Bhawnani.
Continuing its practice of contributing to the armed forces in Canada and India, CIF contributed $10,000 each to the 32nd Service Battalion Regiment of the Canadian Armed Forces, and $10,000 to the families of the fallen soldiers through the Indian Bravehearts (Bharat Ke Veer) portal. Well-wishers can make donations to the fund. Tax receiptes are given for amounts of $250 or more. Cheques can be made out to the CIF Charitable Foundation. An armoured vehicle of the Canadian Armed Forces was at the golf course on display for visitors.