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Hampton Court Palace Golf Club

The objectives of Get Golfing are to increase participation in golf, nurture a culture of inclusion at our venues, and promote the use of our facilities to non-golfers and other non-profit organisations within our communities.

Get Golfing’s founder, Edward Richardson, proposed that we collectively adopt a different strategy in 2022 where the Club as a whole dedicate its support to one local charity. Get Golfing have hired a designated member of the team who will work with the Captain’s and the chosen charity to promote the following:

  • Fundraising within the membership and visitors for the local charity.
  • Support the charity by creating greater awareness within both the club and the local community, to increase engagement with the charity.
  • Use of club facilities at no cost.

By coming together as a Club, we can achieve more:

  • We can raise more funds for the chosen charity without having to constantly chase members for greater contributions.
  • We can enhance the awareness that the charity’s good work.
  • We will play an active role in helping our local communities and bringing us together in a common goal.
  • We will expand the impact of the chosen charity through our support and the use of our facilities.

One key initiative is the Free School Meals program. This program offers a chance to learn golf with a professional and to enjoy a delicious hot meal during term time. The program is available to children either in receipt of pupil premium and therefore eligible for Free School Meals or those with SEND (Special Educational Needs or Disability) status.

Our Club Charity

Momentum Children’s Charity supports families across South West London, Surrey and Sussex whose children are facing cancer or a life-challenging condition. They provide personally tailored support to the entire family, both in hospital and at home, so that no family has to cope alone.

Each year they support around 240 families whose child is in active treatment and a further 110 bereaved families with thousands more benefitting from their hospital makeovers.

Momentum Children’s Charity