CTRF Launches New Turf Research Contribution Page Through Golf Canada Foundation
September 2, 2020
For immediate release:
The Canadian Turf Research Foundation (CTRF) is pleased to announce the launch of a new turf research contribution page through Golf Canada Foundation.
The webpage, called “A New Approach to the Turf We Play On”, allows golfers to fund green research initiatives that further environmentally conscious and sustainable golf course design and maintenance practices, by contributing directly to the CTRF through the Foundation.
“We believe it’s entirely possible to balance intensive turf care with environmental sustainability but in order to grow better, more sustainable turf, turfgrass research in Canada needs your support!”
- Paul Schofield, CTRF Chair
Both personal and corporate donations can contribute to sustainable turf research initiatives and receive a tax receipt through the new webpage, enabling golfers to give back to the game in an environmentally friendly way.
About the CTRF
Also known as Turf Research Canada, the Canadian Turfgrass Research Foundation (CTRF) is a registered charity that raises funds for turfgrass research projects aimed at advancing education and scientific knowledge associated with the safe, recreational and functional use of turfgrass.
About Golf Canada Foundation
Golf Canada Foundation’s mission is to inspire young players to build strong core values and character while living a healthy lifestyle.
Established in 1979, Golf Canada Foundation’s mandate is to raise and grant funds for the advancement of golf in Canada. As a registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association, the Foundation delivers this mandate by awarding scholarships to Canadian student golfers and distributing grants to support initiatives that fall into five key areas:
1. Junior Golf
2. Collegiate Golf
3. Women’s Golf
4. High Performance Golf
5. Golf Heritage