Every year at the beginning of August, the Old Brewery Mission welcomes more than 100 golfers from Montreal’s business community to take part in our Annual Ken Reed Golf Tournament. During the tournament, guests divided in foursomes can achieve an 18-hole course on the Beaconsfield Golf Club’s enchanting greens.
This day of golf and networking continues with a cocktail reception, a silent auction and a gourmet dinner where the players gather to share and relive the day’s highlights.
Save the date!
Join us on Monday August 7th, 2017 at the Beaconsfield Golf Club for the 14th Annual Ken Reed Golf Tournament.
Each year, your presence at this event means that you are helping thousands of homeless men and women in Montreal to rebuild their lives.
The support of our donors, community leaders and partners is as important as ever for the Old Brewery Mission. By sponsoring the Annual Ken Reed Golf Tournament, you can make a difference to over 600 people every year by contributing to enhance Mission’s transition programs. These programs help homeless Montrealers get back on their feet, regain their confidence, and find a stable place to call home.
We work in partnership with our sponsors to build mutually beneficial, long-term relationships. There are opportunities to sponsor the reception dinner, green fees, golf carts, brunch and many more.
For more information, please contact Mylène Filiatrault
Special Projects and Fundraising Initiatives Officer
514 788-1884 ext. 34
Ken Reed’s Generous Spirit Lives On
Ken Reed was a great believer in working hard and caring for others, especially those less fortunate. As a young man, he worked near the Old Brewery Mission, where he saw Montreal’s homeless men and women gathering for shelter, food and clothing on a daily basis. It was a sight he never forgot.
When Mr. Reed passed away in 2006, it seemed only fitting to rename our annual golf tournament after a man who always showed us such generosity. We thank his family, The Tenaquip Foundation and the employees of Tenaquip Ltd. – the company he built from scratch to become one of Canada’s top distributors of industrial and occupational health and safety products – for honouring his memory by continuing to support the Old Brewery Mission.