- Retravision golf day
Retravision golf day tees off
The first ever Retravision Variety Golf Day was held on November 23 at Araluen Golf Course and raised over $23,000 for WA’s sick, disadvantaged and special needs children.
The funds raised by Retravision, its stores, suppliers and clientele will go towards a wheelchair accessible Liberty Swing at Kensington Secondary School. Mr Brendan Abel and a few students from Kensington Secondary were at the start of the golf day to enjoy a gourmet lunch and meet both Andrew Embley and Dean Cox from the West Coast Eagles.
Variety WA thanks Principal partner, Retravision WA, for staging this golf day and we look forward to it becoming an annual event. Keep an eye out for your opportunity to enter a team next year and lend your support to Western Australian children in need!