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The Capital Cup
Charity Golf Challenge

Join us for a day out on the fairway to support an orphanage in Tanzania

Please join Capital International Group for our charity golf day, The Capital Cup, which is being organised to raise funds for The Huruma Orphanage based in Arusha, Tanzania.

Taking place at the prestigious Killarney Country Club on Friday, 28th July 2023, the event will focus on bringing members of the business community together, providing opportunities to meet guests from a wide range of industries and network in a relaxed environment during a fun and action-packed day.

The event is being held in support of Conscious Capital, Capital International's ESG manifesto, to raise funds for the Huruma Orphanage, based in Arusha, Tanzania, with all proceeds contributing to securing the future for the orphanage and enabling it to become self-sufficient in future.

Date: Friday 28th July 2023

Location: Killarney Country Club - 60 5th St, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg

Fees: R3000 per Four Ball.
Includes Green fees, lunch, cocktail reception, and prize giving.

Timings:
- 08:30 Registration
- 10:30 Tournament shot gun tee-off
- 12:30 Lunch
- 15:00 Awards ceremony & reception

Format:
Shotgun start & scoring / 4 man Team

Awards: Longest drive, Longest Day, Best Dressed, Best Four Ball, Best Player

Registration: To register your team, please click here.

The Huruma Project

Huruma Childrens Trust is an orphanage that is located in Arusha, the capital of the region of the same name in northern Tanzania. The orphanage was set up in 2012 and is home to around 50 children of varying ages, many who have lost their parents to HIV/AIDS and have been in the orphanage since being babies as they have no family for support.
The orphanage provides these children with basic education, vocational training and a safe place to live. They also help the children to integrate back into society and to find work when they are old enough to do so.

In August 2022, Capital International made a Conscious Capital donation to support the orphanage. Together with an additional donation from the parishioners of Woodford Catholic parish in London, this money was used to purchase a piece of land which adjoins the existing orphanage buildings. Then in December 2022, CIG and the Woodford parish completed the purchase of the existing orphanage buildings for an additional sum, and in so doing we have secured the orphanage for current and future generations of children.

A team of 10 volunteers from both the IOM & SA offices will be travelling to Arusha in September 2023 to spend ten days in Tanzania travelling through the country, working with the orphans, fencing the adjoining land and helping to create better facilities for the children and their careers.

Interested in joining us for the Capital Cup?

Enter here