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GALLERY: Over $59k raised for medical research on Ingram Micro Golf Day

28 Mar 2019

Ingram Micro recently held its fifth annual Cure Kids Golf Day, where it raised more than $59,000 dollars for Cure Kids.

Cure Kids is a New Zealand-based organisation conducting medical research to help save, extend, and improve the lives of children diagnosed with serious life-impacting and life-limiting health conditions.

The Golf Day was attended by more than 130 of Ingram Micro’s team members, suppliers, and customers at the North Shore Golf Club on March 22.

The golfers took on fun challenges set up by the hole sponsors, raising funds as they made their way around the course.

Throughout the day, live and silent auctions also contributed towards the funds raised.

Cure Kids ambassador Bella, who lives with cystic fibrosis, helped present the prizes to the winners at the closing function.

Photos by Loius Ng

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