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On Friday June 21st we will be hosting the 4th annual Dynes Sports Management Charity Golf Tournament at The Canadian Golf & Country Club (7800 Golf Club Way, Ashton). This year we are proud to support three amazing local charities with our proceeds, the Boys & Girls Club of Ottawa, Ausome Ottawa, and the OSEG Foundation.

The Boys & Girls Club is one of Ottawa's oldest and most respected charitable organizations. Founded in 1923, the BGCO has been providing barrier free programs to children and youth across the city in the areas of Education, Creative Arts, Physical Activity, and Leadership for the past 96 years!

Ausome Ottawa is a newly formed charity whose aim is to enrich the lives of families living with autism through sport. Their belief is that no one should be excluded from sports, so they strive to provide every child living with autism the opportunity to participate in an athletic program that meets their needs.

The OSEG Foundation aims to get more kids off the sidelines and into the game by breaking down barriers, and fostering inclusion. This in turn allows more children and youth in the Ottawa-Gatineau area to benefit from the power of sport.

 

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On Friday June 21st we will be hosting the 4th annual Dynes Sports Management Charity Golf Tournament at The Canadian Golf & Country Club (7800 Golf Club Way, Ashton). This year we are proud to support three amazing local charities with our proceeds, the Boys & Girls Club of Ottawa, Ausome Ottawa, and the OSEG Foundation.

The Boys & Girls Club is one of Ottawa's oldest and most respected charitable organizations. Founded in 1923, the BGCO has been providing barrier free programs to children and youth across the city in the areas of Education, Creative Arts, Physical Activity, and Leadership for the past 96 years!

Ausome Ottawa is a newly formed charity whose aim is to enrich the lives of families living with autism through sport. Their belief is that no one should be excluded from sports, so they strive to provide every child living with autism the opportunity to participate in an athletic program that meets their needs.

The OSEG Foundation aims to get more kids off the sidelines and into the game by breaking down barriers, and fostering inclusion. This in turn allows more children and youth in the Ottawa-Gatineau area to benefit from the power of sport.