The new Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust hosted its first fundraising Golf Day at the London Club on the 12th May. All for Good provided the organisational back up as sporting celebrities and supporting corporate partners lined up to support the Trust and it’s Get on Track programme. Dame Kelly was joined by Britain’s sporting Knights, Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent and a host of other sporting personalities, raising profile and cash for the DKH Legacy Trust.
All for Good also introduced event sponsors K2 Performance Systems to the Trust and their Commercial Director Howard Davis was delighted with the partnership.
“K2 would very much like to thank All for Good for introducing them to the DKH Legacy Trust and for organizing a most successful inaugural charity golf day. We have no doubt that this is the first of many and have enjoyed immensely working with the All For Good team. Nothing was too much trouble and the event was delivered in a calm, focused manner. It is a testament to All For Good that the majority of the participants have already confirmed their intention to take part next year.” K2
“The Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust hosted their first charity golf day this year. The day was fantastic, with lots of teams and sporting celebrities attending the event, everyone involved had a really good time. We couldn’t have achieved such a fabulous event without the expertise of All for Good – thanks to their dedicated organisation and support, the Trust’s golf day was a real success.” Julie Whelan, Chief Executive of the DKH Legacy Trust