GFDD is proud to announce its 15th Golf Tournament in North Caldwell, NJJuly 26, 2021
The Global Foundation for Democracy & Development is proud to announce its 15th Golf Tournament to be held on September 20th, 2021, in Green Brook Country Club, North Caldwell, NJ. Don’t miss the chance to support the cause!
Beginning at 10:00 a.m., the day’s festivities kick off with brunch and quality time perfecting your swing on the driving range. Then, at 11:00 p.m., the tournament begins in earnest with a ceremonial shotgun start with the presence of Hall of Fame Dominican Baseball player, Juan Marichal, and the former President of the Dominican Republic and President of GFDD/Funglode, Dr. Leonel Fernández.
Make sure your game is in peak condition: awards will be given to the day’s best teams as well as its top precision shooters. A cocktail reception will follow the tournament, and after, awards will be presented at a banquet.
Since 2010, GFDD Golf Tournaments have been a venue where high-ranking officials, industry leaders, business executives, and influential members of the Dominican community can get together to support development in the Dominican Republic and bring awareness of important issues.
About GFDD Golf Tournaments
GFDD Golf Tournaments are part of GFDD’s effort to engage its supporters while promoting fundraising efforts. The fundraising supports research to design public policies and develop strategies to build capacity in the crucial areas of social, economic, democratic, and cultural sustainable development in the Dominican Republic and the Western Hemisphere. The tournaments, already a GFDD tradition, are attended by leading figures from the philanthropic field, prominent sports figures, and other friends who through the years have supported GFDD’s programs.
About Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD)
The Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD), sister organization of FUNGLODE in the United States is a non-partisan and non-profit organization dedicated to promote the collaboration among organizations in the United States and the Dominican Republic in order to conduct research, enhance public debate, design public policy, propose strategies and provide training to facilitate change in crucial areas of the social, economic and democratic development of the Dominican Republic, the Caribbean and Latin America.
For more information: www.gfddgolf.org