The event was well attended, with players enjoying a full 18 holes across glorious greens. Competitions across the course abounded, including 'Hole-in-One' and 'Get it on the Green!'.

Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, players' fee contributions, raffles and auctions, we set a new fundraising record raising in excess of $63,000!

During a decadent post-game lunch, Kids First program Manager Steve Turner shared the story of young man with a troubled past who, after being matched with a Kids First mention through out Community Integration Program, discovered his love of music - and is now an artist signed to a label!

Community Integration Program

The aim of the Community Integration Program (CIP) is to train volunteers to link every child and young person in Out of Home Care (OoHC) into local sports clubs, dance classes, art clubs and more. These links create connections between the young people and their community to reduce isolation and disconnection by increasing social skills and confidence.

From everyone at Kids First, we thank Kieser Australia for their many hours of planning and organisation. We look forward to continuing our relationship for the benefit and betterment of children and families across Australia.

This annual event would not be possible without our players, and the generous support of our Kieser Charity Golf Day 2023 sponsors.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Lakeside Financial
Virtual IT Group
Maurice Blackburn

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