4th Annual One Spark Golf Tournament

par One Spark

  • jeudi, 21 septembre 2017 de 11:30 Matin à 8:00 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Granite Ridge Golf Club 9503 Dublin Line, Milton, ON L9T 2X7

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It's that time of year again! We are so pleased to be once again partnering with the Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association for the 4th Annual One Spark Golf Tournament. This tournament has become a signature event that raises funds to provide barrier-free opportunities for women experiencing violence to work towards financial and economic security. It's an amazing day that has incredible impact. Hope to see you at beautiful Granite Ridge on September 21st.


Date: Thursday, September 21, 2017

Location: Granite Ridge Golf Club, 9503 Dublin Line, Milton, ON 

Lunch and registration beginning at 11:30

18-Hole shotgun start at 12:30

Scramble format

Full course dinner to follow

Prizes and silent auction 

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Granite Ridge Golf Club
9503 Dublin Line, Milton, ON L9T 2X7

21 septembre 2017
jeudi, 21 septembre 2017 11:30 Matin (HAA)


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One Spark's vision is a world where no woman faces financial barriers to living a life free of violence. Our goal is to eliminate obstacles to financial sustainability for women facing violence. We believe that increasing opportunities for women to achieve financial security is a critical component of supporting the transition to a violence free life. Specifically, we : • Work with women to create a simple business plan that outlines how they can generate self-employment income. • Facilitate the process of registering a woman’s business, including covering the cost of registration. • Provide women with a laptop/the basic software required to engage in business-related activities. • Provide women with information related to government compliance. • Provide training on tracking business income and expenses. • Provide up to $2,000 in start-up cost subsidies per woman, which can be accessed for up to 2 years after her business is registered. • Provide ongoing mentorship