The 9th Sotok Charity Golf Tournament: Tee it up for a good cause!
By INQUIRER.net BrandRoom
January 14, 2020 at 4:57 pm

Sorok Uni Foundation, Inc. will once again host the 9th SOROK CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT. This will take place on February 20, 2020, Thursday at the Canlubang Golf and Country Club, Canlubang, Laguna. Tee-off time will start at 8:00 in the morning shotgun at the North Course. 

The format for the tournament is a System 36 (https://www.liveabout.com/how-the-system-36-handicap-formula-works-1564275). A light breakfast, snacks, and beverages will be served before the tournament starts. Following the tournament, a heavy lunch, and awards reception will take place in the clubhouse. 

In this Golf tournament, we invite executives and philanthropists all over the Philippines to support our cause and take part in the emancipation of our fellow Filipinos from the lowest level of poverty. This is also an avenue that gives opportunities for players and sponsors to advertise and mingle with companies from various industries while achieving their goal to help our forgotten neighbours.

For nine years, the foundation was able to provide immediate relief, rehabilitation and empowerment projects to 3,500 individuals through the help of the Sorok Charity Golf Tournament. This year 2020, Sorok, together with our partners, sponsors, and supporters, will be empowering more Persons Affected by Leprosy and underprivileged Filipino children through capacity building and education as preparation towards their sustainability.

To learn more about this event, to register, or for more on Sorok Uni Foundation click the link https://www.sorokuni.com/9th-sorok-charity-golf-tournament and you will be directed to our official website. You can also call us at (02) 7577-5999 / 09175316865, and kindly look for Mr. Renz Ravina or Ms. Soraya Magno. 

Sorok Uni Foundation, Inc. is a humanitarian organization that works for the social and economic inclusion of persons affected with leprosy (PALs), homeless urban and rural poor, calamity-displaced families, and the Indigenous People (IPs) of the Philippines. 

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