Versanta Presenting a Fundraising Event for CRASH

Versanta Presenting a Fundraising Event for CRASH / Indian FM

The global events and media company known as Versanta have is presenting a fundraising event for CRASH, the construction charity. The media company is appealing to those who work in the construction industry, especially those who are working in the Insulation industry to attend the Charity Golf day that is being held in order to raise money for the construction charity.

CRASH work to offer support and advice as well as cash grants to homeless and hospice charities that are carrying out construction works. The charity has already been involved in several developments that have been designed and created in order to benefit the wellbeing of the residents. These projects help vulnerable and sick people and the people who care for them. Alongside their monetary contributions, CRASH also offer professional and specialist advice for construction projects free of charge as well as more practical support for homeless and hospice charities.

This charity Golf Day will be held on the 19th of September and if successful, which it no doubt will be, will become an annual event. The event this year will be held at a famous Golf course, PGA Professional The Belfry. This is an excellent opportunity for avid followers of golf as well as players and casual players to play a round on the well known professional course, where Golfing greats have, and still, play. The Belfry is well known amongst followers of Golf and is considered to be a Mecca for both professionals and amateurs of the sport. This charity event is the perfect opportunity to visit the world famous Ryder Cup host while also contributing to a good cause. The Belfry is well known for holding more Ryder Cup matches that any other venue worldwide.

On offer as part of the event is a Breakfast, Lunch and Sportsman Dinner as well as access to the famous course. There will also be a famous guest speaker to the three course Sportsman’s Dinner and Versanta has announced that they will be covering the costs of running the event, meaning that all of the money that is raised through cash donations or sponsorships will go to CRASH.


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