Over the years, OCUF has recognized individuals and organizations who have contributed significantly to our Foundation. The recipients join a list of very impressive contributors to the Foundation. Our first award was presented in 1992, and since then we have awarded 10 Friend of the Foundation awards to organizations, and 30 to individuals.

At the virtual Annual General Meeting held May 6, 2020 Dan Coldwell, Board Chair had the privilege of announcing a new Friend of the Foundation inductee.

“This individual has served on the OCUF Board for six years. He has been a strong contributor to the Foundations communications efforts and a sound advisor. He has helped steer the strategic direction of the Foundation pushing for measurable outcomes. He has frequently worked in the background as an influencer and helped to raise the Foundation’s profile. I will miss your sage counsel and strategic insights. It gives me great pleasure to induct Scott Windsor as a Friend of the Foundation” said Dan Coldwell.

Scott thanked his fellow Board members for their support and reminded everyone he is a Lifetime Member of OCUF and would continue to be an ambassador for the Foundation. 

Thank you for your service Scott, you will be missed.

Click here for more information on the Friend of the Foundation Award.

 

 

 

We are excited to announce the date and location of the 29th Golf Classic. It will be held on Monday June 8, 2020 at The Club at Bond Head.

The Club at Bond Head offers the ultimate golf experience just minutes west of Highway 400, a few kilometres north of Aurora, Ontario. Two magnificent courses, designed by the renowned firm of Hurdzan-Fry, are presided over by a palatial clubhouse.

We will be playing the South Course, a links-style track, with wide fairways, gaping bunkers and fescue roughs. You might want to bring your Scottish accent to feel at home here!

The past two years we have held the Golf Classic in Toronto to make it a bit more centralized. This year we have gone north of Toronto to make it easier to get to for those traveling the 401 coming in from the east or west. Anyone coming out of Toronto will be against the flow of rush hour.

The 12-hole format was well received last year and will be repeated at this year’s event.  More information will follow on sponsorship opportunities and registration.

Over the past four years, this event has helped fund the CU Succeed Youth Bursary which has awarded $286,000 to 191 students.