Better At Golf
The Better At Golf Foundation is a non profit organization that gives back to Indigenous youth.
The Better At Golf Foundation was developed to help Indigenous youth get into the game of golf, as well as providing them with education and employment opportunities.
The Foundation hosts Education and Employment days for Indigenous youth across the province. These days are comprised of a complimentary breakfast, followed by free lessons from CPGA instructors as well as fun golf games, and wrapping up with a complimentary lunch and prize give away celebration.
The Education and Employment days will also provide a career fair with Indigenous Post-Secondary recruiters, trades training recruiters and local businesses looking to hire Indigenous youth.
If you or your business would like to donate and support the Better At Golf Foundation, email Shane at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how you can support Indigenous youth across British Columbia.
Getting Indigenous Youth Involved in golf
The Better At Golf Foundation helps Indigenous youth get into the game of golf by providing free golf lessons, free Better At Golf Dice and free practice balls at driving ranges across the province.
Indigenous youth taking part in the Better At Golf Foundation Days will have access Post-Secondary Indigenous recruiters, trades training recruiters and industry professionals with first hand lived experience.
The Better At Golf Foundation Days will also include people from local businesses that are looking to hire Indigenous youth. The business owners and representatives from local shops and services will provide information on various jobs that that can offer youth of the area.