Dear friends and golfers,
The next ALV Cup match is taking place at the Vines Resort on 29 June 2014.
Book in at 11 am.
Please contact email@example.com
if you wish to take part.
You are invited...
The Linkar Group Pty Ltd in conjunction with the Australian - Chinese
Golf Association are delighted to announce the ALV Cup golf tournament
to be held at The Vines Resort & Country Club.
- Sunday 29th June
- Sunday 27th July
- Sunday 24th August
- Sunday 28th September
- Sunday 26th October
- Sunday 23rd Nov (FINAL)
All members of the ACGA & Linkar Club are invited to participate
and experience the challenge of competing for the ALV Cup for 2014.
The event will be an individual stableford with prizes for best gross
score (1st, 2nd & 3rd), best net score (1st, 2nd & 3rd), longest
drive and nearest to the pin. There will also be the chance for all
players to win a brand new car for a hole in one on the 16th hole.
The overall winner (best gross score) will be recognised on the ALV Cup
and be invited to play in the tournament final on November 23rd with
all other monthly winners and other selected guests.
Price - $120pp including 18 holes with shared motorised buggy & dinner or $90pp for members of the ACGA & Linkar Club.
Register to play in the first event by contacting Linkar or ACGA on the details below
T 0412 690 892 / 0416 189 187 T (8) 7123 3529
E firstname.lastname@example.org E email@example.com
On another note:
CEO SLEEPOUT EVENT: President Sheng Shen, Treasurer Raymond Tan and Members BangZhao Pan and YaYong Zheng taking part.
5 Chinese CEOs sleeping out as homeless persons to raise funds for
the homeless in WA
The St Vinnies De Paul CEO Sleepout has been taking place in
Australia and also WA for the last 5 years. The event is organised so that CEOs
and captains of industry can draw the problem of the homeless person to the
attention of the public.
Vinnies CEO Sleepout will be held on Thursday 19 June at the WACA, Perth. The
event will take place on the same night in every state and territory across
Australia, with business and community leaders signing up to experience
homelessness for one night this winter.
year’s event celebrates 5 years of raising awareness of homelessness across
Australia as well as having raised over three million dollars to support the
Society’s aim of halving homelessness by 2020 in WA.
last 5 years, 420 business and community leaders have risen to the challenge of
raising awareness of homelessness in WA. Past event fundraising results:
- In 2013, 108 participants
raised over $1.1 million dollars to support Vinnies homeless services in
- In 2012, 106 participants
helped to raise $822,704 in Western Australia.
- In 2011, 107 participants
registered to sleep out on a cold winter night and the event raised
- The first national Vinnies
CEO Sleepout was held in 2010, with 99 West Australian business and
community leaders braving the cold and sleeping rough for a night in
winter. Their efforts raised a total of $474,185.
This year, the Asian community is strongly represented by
the following Asian CEOs:
If you wish to support them, just go to their link above with
your credit card to sponsor them.
All donations are tax deductible.
The 5 Asian leaders have signed on to sleep in the cold for
1 night to experience what it is like to be homeless and living in the streets
of Perth. They will only be able to have a blanket and cardboard provided by
They have a bread roll and soup for the night to sustain
Raymond Tan has been sleeping out as a homeless lawyer for 5
years taking part every year since the event started. This year he has
persuaded the other 4 Asian leaders to join him in a night of discomfort, cold
and maybe wet rain so that the homeless in WA can be helped from their
This is the first year that there are so many Asian CEOs
taking part and they should be supported as much as possible.
how your donation can help:
- $50 can provide a meal and
educational resource for a disadvantaged child.
- $100 can help ensure a family
keeps its power on this winter.
- $200 provides emergency
accommodation and food to a family in crisis.
- $500 could relocate and
establish a homeless person into one of the Society’s homeless
- $1,000 would pay the rent for a
family facing eviction from their home.
It is time for the Asian community to get behind this
worthwhile project to help those less fortunate than themselves.