Girls on the Green
Thank you to everyone who supported the 2021 Girls on the Green golf tournament! All funds raised through this event help support youth mental health and well-being from coast to coast to coast.
Thank you to our sponsors, donors, participants and planning committee for being an important part of this incredible effort! By supporting this year’s Girls on the Green, you help ensure that youth in communities across Newfoundland and Labrador, and throughout Canada, have a trusted ally and a space to get support 24/7.
Please check back for updates on our 2022 event!
Please note that Girls on the Green is an inclusive event: people of all gender identities are welcome and encouraged to participate.
We’re doing our best to follow all community health and safety guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic and will keep you updated on any changes to events as soon as possible.
Networking & Reception Sponsor:
Alick Tsui Photography
Arterra Wines Canada
Browning Harvey Limited
The Boutique Salon Suites
Youth and Beauty Life
If you would like information on sponsoring Girls on the Green, contact Kids Help Phone’s events team at 1-709-685-0629.
Thank you to all of our donors who supported our 2021 auction sponsored by BMO Bank of Montreal!
Congratulations to the winner of our 50-50 raffle sponsored by Verafin!
- Gena Bugden
- Allison Crawford
- Nikki Poole
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