THE Otis Foundation’s annual golf day will tee-off on March 24.
The prestigious event is the foundation’s major annual fundraiser and this year boasts more than $8000 worth in prizes.
Kristen Simpson, general manager of The Otis Foundation, said the event had been a staple on the calendar for more than 10 years.
“Harvey Norman gave more than $8000 worth of prizes so it’s a huge prize pool,” she said.
“We’ve still got teams available for the day so anyone who would like to play or get involved should put up their hand.
“It’s just a fantastic day.”
Sponsorship and registration forms are available on The Otis Foundation website at
To register your team phone 5444 1185 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Simpson said the foundation was also selling tickets for its annual fund-raising raffle.
“Tickets are $100 and it’s all in support of Otis,” she said.
“The first prize is a 14-seat corporate box during the AFL season which has been donated by Bendigo Toyota.
“So it’s an awesome prize.”
The Otis Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that provides accommodation retreats for women and men living with breast cancer at no charge.
The foundation was the brainchild of Otis chairman and founder Andrew Barling’s wife Judy Burley, who died of breast cancer in 2000.
More than a decade on the foundation now boasts 14 retreats across Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales.