WaudWare Invitational Golf Tournament 2008 - 2015
The WaudWare Invitational Golf Tournament was organized so fun-loving golfers and duffers could enjoy an afternoon of golf and at the same time give back to their community in support of the Brampton and Caledon Community Foundation.
Over the years, the Golf Tournament raised just under $40,000.00 for the BACCF.
We are very proud of our efforts, both in terms of the quality of the Tournament and its ability to raise money that will support worthy recipients and charities annually and in perpetuity. We're also extremely grateful to have had such great friends, sponsors and volunteers support the Tournament over the years. Thank you to everyone.
In June 2017, WaudWare President F. Charles Waud was recognized on behalf of the WaudWare Invitational Golf Tournament Organizing Committee for their tireless work during the 8 years the Tournament ran.
Pictured from left to right are: Jason Da Silva, Chair of the Board of Directors of BACCF, F. Charles Waud, President of WaudWare and Jim Boyd, President & CEO of BACCF.
Where The Money Goes - The WaudWare Endowment Fund
The annual grant that is distributed is broken down as follows:
- A specified portion of the annual distributable amount (i.e. the annual "Grant") goes to the Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, or as it may then be constituted, in support of a bursary and/or scholarship for a student in the field of Computer Science, Computer Technology or equivalent field.
- A specified portion of the Annual Distributable Earnings (i.e. the annual "Grant") goes to Salvation Army Honeychurch (Family Life Resource Centre) Brampton.
Brampton and Caledon Community Foundation
The Brampton and Caledon Community Foundation is a public, non-profit, charitable organization created by and for the people of Brampton and its surrounding communities. As an independent source for community philanthropy, it connects donors who are with causes that matter. The income from these funds is used to support initiatives that increase the capacity of organizations and individuals to develop local leadership, promote self-reliance, and mobilize civic participation and resources.