(Halifax, June 5, 2019) -
KidSport Nova Scotia has been selected as the charity of choice for the ninth annual Wilson Fuel Charity Golf Classic. Each year the proceeds raised in the tournament are donated to a charity and this year Wilsons has chosen to help Nova Scotian families register their children for sports. “Currently one third of Canadian families can’t afford the rising start-up costs associated with youth sports” said Colin Gillis, Coordinator at KidSport Nova Scotia. “We are very grateful that the Wilson family has picked us as the charity of choice this year. It’s sure to be an impactful event.”
“Wilson Fuel Co. Limited is extremely proud to support KidSport Nova Scotia through the 2019 Wilson Fuel Charity Golf Classic. With the generous support of our dedicated staff and valued business partners, we look forward to helping in the effort of removing financial barriers, So ALL Kids Can Play!” said Joel Doucette, VP Supply & Wholesale.
The tournament will take place on August 12 at the Glen Arbour Golf Club in Halifax. Registration options include an all-inclusive day of golf, dinner only, event sponsorship, or online donations to KidSport. Interested participants can learn more about the event online at wilsons.ca/golf-registration.
About Wilson Fuel Co. Limited
Wilsons is a leading fuel supplier in Atlantic Canada, providing a premium level of customer service and high value products to customers. Along with home comfort services, retail gas stations and convenience stores Wilsons offers a full range of residential and commercial security solutions.
About KidSport Nova Scotia
KidSport is a national children's program that helps kids overcome the financial barriers preventing or limiting their participation in organized sport. Managed and operated in Nova Scotia by Sport Nova Scotia since 1994, KidSport Nova Scotia has assisted over 28,000 children totaling over $6.7 Million. KidSport Nova Scotia provides funding of up to $300/year/child for sport registration and, or equipment. In 2018 KidSport Nova Scotia allocated over $630,000 to more than 2,200 children from Sydney to Yarmouth.