Charlton Athletic’s 30th Anniversary Committee will be hosting a Golf Day event on Friday 12 May as part of its series of events to celebrate 30 years back at The Valley and of community work.
Taking place at the London Golf Club, 100% of the proceeds from the event will be donated to the vital work of the Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT).
A range of Charlton Athletic names past and present will be in attendance, including Men’s First-Team Manager Dean Holden, and Charlton legends Alan Curbishley, Scott Minto, Steve Brown, and Jonathan Fortune.
Along with a round of golf, the event will include a Q&A with Dean Holden, a raffle and an auction with a variety of prizes up for grabs.
Chris Baker, CACT’s Head of Fundraising and Development, said:
“We’re delighted that the 30th Anniversary Committee have decided to donate all proceeds from the upcoming Golf Day to CACT which will have a huge impact on our work in the local community.
“In 2021-2022, CACT worked with over 25,000 people supporting some of the most vulnerable in the community. All proceeds from this event will go towards helping us to continue our vital work over the next year.”
There are limited spaces available for the day, including individual and fourball places. Click here to reserve a spot.