Darren Clarke will once again be supporting Breast Cancer Campaign throughout 2009 by encouraging golf clubs all across the UK to take part in the charity’s £100 Golf Club Challenge.

The £100 Challenge is an annual initiative where Campaign asks golf clubs UK-wide to hold a fundraising event in support of the charity. This can be anything from a pink-themed charity tournament to raffles, coffee mornings or even choosing Campaign as their charity of the year. All the money raised will help Campaign fund innovative world-class research.

Darren Clarke said: “Breast cancer has touched my life. Taking part is simple and it’s a great way to have fun with friends while raising vital funds for research into breast cancer.”

The fundraising challenge is set at £100. However, there are various fundraising levels in place for those that think they can beat this target: Bronze (£100), Silver (£500), Gold (£1,000) and Pink (£2,500).

Last year over 125 golf clubs across the UK took part in the £100 Challenge and raised £70,000 for the charity.

Campaign provides clubs with a fundraising guide with tips and ideas to get you started as well as providing dedicated team members to help support clubs organise events.

For more information or to request your fundraising pack, call 020 7749 3731, email 100challenge@breastcancercampaign.org or visit www.breastcancercampaign.org

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