Golf tournament to support Adult Day Programs in long term care homes.

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April 9th, 2019



If you’ve taken your golf clubs out and are getting ready for the season – make a note of the Willow Foundation’s annual golf event.

Willow Foundation logoThe Willow Foundation raises funds annually to support several ongoing programs at Halton Region’s Long-Term Care homes and Adult Day Programs in these locations:

Post Inn Village—Oakville
Creek Way Village—Burlington
Adult Day Programs—Milton, Georgetown

Tournament takes place at Crosswinds on May 16th.




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5 comments to Golf tournament to support Adult Day Programs in long term care homes.

  • Wendy Moraghan

    please refer to our website there is a link there to make a donation. We appreciate any and all donations and are a registered charitable organization. TOGETHER we can all help to enhance the lives of seniors and adults living with disabilities in long term care.

  • Thank you for your question Penny. Donations can be made directly through our website at or drop them off directly to any of our LTC facilities (Allendale in Milton, Creekway in Burlington, Post Inn Village in Oakville) or mailed to: The Willow Foundation, 203 Georgian Drive, Oakville On, L6H 7H9.

  • Wendy Moraghan

    Please check the attached YOUTUBE links to our WILLOW Foundation Promo videos. Learn all about how beneficial the music and art therapy programs are to the residents. Thanks for your support…….Wendy

  • Wendy Moraghan

    I’d personally like to invite everyone to join us on May 16th at Crosswinds. You can sponsor a hole, donate a prize or register a foursome. Your charitable donation will assist The Willow Foundation in providing music and art therapy, Zumba classes and other programs in the 3 Halton Region Long Term Care Homes and enrich the lives of seniors and adults living with disabilities. Please visit our website

  • Penny Hersh

    For those of us who are not golfers, where can we send a donation? I know from personal experience that the Post Inn Village in Oakville provides a caring environment for seniors, not only for long term care, but also for those who require a shorter stay for rehab.