Edmonton Golfers drive in $400,000 for Aga Khan Foundation

Edmonton Golfers drive in $400,000 for Aga Khan FoundationEdmonton golfers raised $400,000 at the annual Aga Khan Foundation Canada golf tournament last week to help reduce poverty and improve life in some of the world’s most difficult environments.

At the tournament, Claudia Hudspeth, global head of health programs for the Aga Khan Foundation, praised a full slate of golfers at the Glendale Golf and Country Club for their efforts.

“The foundation supports development in 14 African and Asian countries,” said Hudspeth.

Source: EDMONTON JOURNAL – NICK LEES – August 26, 2018

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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  1. Congratulations and Bravo, had never heard of Annual Aga Khan Edmonton Golfers Tournament. Today compared to last year more people are doing all kinds of work to raise funds for the very very less fortunate and am sure as is His Highness’es foremost goal to eliminate poverty, all these funds collected and more added from his foundation will one day defeat poverty.

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