On 4 November 2019 F Chambers Managing Partner and Vice President Mark Fulford, joined Premier Robinson and the Premier’s Cup Committee, charity representatives and supporters to launch the Premier’s Cup Golf Tournament 2019 with a Press Conference, check presentation and Cocktail reception held at The Palms, Providenciales.
Premier Robinson in her remarks thanked participants and the hardworking Committee led by Mervin Cox Sr and his VP Mark Fulford for a successful Tournament last year.
Last years Charities were presented with checks of $15,000.00 each by Hon. Premier. $15,000.00 to Turks and Caicos Cadets $15,000.00 to Turks and Caicos Aquatics Swim Club
Fulford stated that as As Vice President of the Premier’s Cup Golf Tournament Committee it’s a pleasure to serve and give back to the various charities in our communities who are doing great work towards offering positive activities for our youths who the promise of this country greatest achievements lies within!
The following Charities were announced as this year’s recipients of proceeds raised:
- The Cadet Corp – The largest youth program, which is present on all Islands with High Schools;
- The TC Drug Foundation – Donations will go toward ongoing works at the Half Way House;
- The Duke of Edinburgh Award Program – soon to be introduced under the Ministry of Education.
Premier Robinson spoke to the impact and need for each Charity. Each of the charities focuses on some aspect of youth development which needs the support of both private and public sector.
Recipients from the 2018 Premier’s Cup Golf Tournament: The Cadet Corp Program and the TC Aquatics Swim Club were presented their donations at the event.
This year’s Tournament will commence with an event on 7th December 2019 and the Golf Scramble will kick off at midday 8th December 2019.
Ministers Hon. Vaden Williams, Hon. Goldray Ewing and Hon. Karen Malcolm were present for the 2019 Tournament Launch.
Herzog, the leading sponsor and representatives from the Provo Golf Club were also present and brought Remarks.