Coronis raises $19,000 for autistic children

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The 2018 Coronis Golf Day was another outstanding success with $19,000 raised for the AEIOU Foundation - a not-for-profit organisation that delivers high-quality therapy and care for children with autism.

Organised by Coronis Sales Director, Adam Empringham, whose four-year-old son Caelan was born with autism, the annual golf day is in its second year at the North Lakes Golf Resort.

“It was a great competition this year with about 20 teams playing all of mixed skill levels – we had some regular players out on the course alongside some beginners who came along just to have some fun which was great to see,” Mr Empringham said.

“Congratulations to the DC Electrical team who just edged out the Ray White Ascot team to win the overall competition, it was very close which is always a sign it’s been a good day on the course.

“I also want to say a big thank you to everyone who bought tickets in the raffle, participated in the auction and of course our amazing sponsors on the day including Diakrit, Domain, realestate.com.au, REAA, IPG, DTH, Coronis Mortgage & Finance, ReNet, Land Rover Brisbane City, DC Electrical, Alex Perry Hotel & Apartments and NREL.

“Days like this aren’t possible without your support so on behalf of the AEIOU Foundation and my family, I just want to say thank you.

“We raised $20,000 at the 2017 Coronis Golf Day which funded a brand-new playground for the AEIOU centre at Sippy Downs so I’m excited to see what this year’s donation will do for the children this foundation supports.”

Check out the photos from the day on our Facebook page:

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