Porsche Centre Swindon recently hosted a golf day at Bowood House Golf Club, in aid of Brighter Futures Special Care Baby Unit at Great Western Hospital.
40 enthusiastic customers took on a golfing pro on the par 3 11th hole, all in aid of the worthwhile charity. Each guest donated £10 to play a tee shot and attempt to finish closer to the hole than the professional himself. Only two guests managed it on the day and won prizes which were donated by Porsche Centre Swindon.
The event raised £500 and the cheque was presented to the Brighter Futures team, along with Wolfgang the bear, who was chauffeur-driven to the hospital in a 718 Boxster.
Cat Newman, Head of the Brighter Futures Charity, commented, 'Thank you so much to Porsche Centre Swindon. The money raised will be put towards an appeal to buy five state-of-the-art incubators for new borns.'
Please call us on 01793 429 149 if you would like to know more about how Porsche Centre Swindon supports local charities.
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