Pacific Support Services is proud of its achievements is supporting charity, Young Epilepsy. Over the past few years it has hit its £28,000 target and is heading for an even better performance during its fifth Charity Golf Day on Friday 20 September at Stock Brook Manor Country Club in Billericay, Essex.
Based in Bexley, Kent, Pacific Support Services’ managing director, Richard Pallett, said: “It is a charity close to my heart and I’m always thrilled when we can help such a worthwhile organisation. Young Epilepsy is a national charity that supports the 112,000 children and young people under 25 with epilepsy in the UK.”
Meg Jackson, Young Epilepsy’s communications manager, said: “At Young Epilepsy we’re working every day to help the children we support live life to the fullest, and building better futures for future generations, so we pass on huge thanks to everyone involved. We are delighted that Pacific are once again so generously organising this wonderful event. Everyone who takes part, whether that’s playing their best (or worst!) round of golf, or digging deep for some of the amazing auction prizes on offer, will be making a difference to the life of a young person living with epilepsy and associated conditions.”
Pacific Support Services’ fifth golf day has already attracted 24 teams of four but there are still spaces available. An evening function follows the day of sport including a comedian, three-course meal, presentations, and a charity auction. Donated prizes include a signed Jordan Pickford photograph courtesy of Everton FC, a Brigit Bakery afternoon tea bus tour, Lingfield Park racecourse tickets and much more.
If you would like to take part, please contact email@example.com or phone 01322 554 142.