Following a day on the links, the 10th annual Power To Golf raised $360,000 in support of Power To Be’s inclusive adventures rooted in nature. The tournament brought notable business leaders and athletes to Cordova Bay Golf Course for a day on the links July 14, 2016, followed by a private reception at Peter and Ali Gustavson’s home, the Atrium at Little Oaks.

“This record-breaking day will go a long way to ensure we can create opportunities for more families and individuals,” says Tim Cormode, Power To Be Executive Director. “With guests from Victoria, Vancouver and further afield joining us, we are so grateful for our family of supporters. Thank you for this inspiring display of the power of giving.”

To date, Power To Golf has raised more than $1.5 million in support of Power To Be.

On the course, teams of golfers had the opportunity to connect with Power To Be’s community, including participants and volunteers. The evening offered guests incredible door prize adventure packages and impressive silent auction items made possible by the generous donations from Power To Be supporters across Canada and as far away as the Bahamas.

The evening reception was emceed by ‘Vanhattan’s man about town’ Fred Lee, a regular contributor to the Province, Vancouver Courier and CBC.