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Tom Trenouth Charity Golf Tournament reaches $1 million donation goal

With an aim to “Drive to 1 million,” Home Trust recently hosted the first nationwide edition of the Tom Trenouth Charity Golf Tournament and successfully reached its goal of $1 million in donations to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) over the 10 years the event has been held.

Teeing up at the tournament in Halifax.

For the event’s 10th anniversary, a total of 364 players participated in tournaments held in four locations across Canada: the Mayfair Lakes Golf and Country Club in Greater Vancouver on September 12; the Richmond Hill Golf Club in the Greater Toronto Area on September 14; the Club de golf Atlantide in Greater Montreal on September 21; and the Glen Arbour Golf Course in the Halifax Area on September 27.

A participant in Toronto.

The annual Tom Trenouth Charity Golf Tournament honours the life and memory of Tom Trenouth, who was a valued Home Trust employee. With permission from Tom’s family, Home Trust has chosen to donate the proceeds of this tournament to support the work and advocacy of CMHA.

Founded in 1918, CMHA is one of Canada’s oldest not-for-profit organizations. The organization’s national office, 11 provincial/territorial divisions and 75 local branches/regions provide critical services to over 1.3 million Canadians every year.

Players in Montreal.

Funds from the tournament help the CMHA provide tailored programs, services and support that help all Canadians thrive.

If you would like to learn more about the CMHA and its work, please visit this link.

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