A leading golf pro is raising money for Brian House for the strokes he lands under par.
For every birdie Jack Senior scores in UK tournaments, his sponsors, Alpha Heating Innovation, will donate £20 to Brian House Children’s Hospice. For every eagle, the firm will donate £50.
With four tournaments already under his belt, Jack has scored a total of £500 – with a further four still to play.
Jack, 34, said: “I’ve always tried to use my sport to raise money for worthwhile causes, and this time I was really keen that it was a local charity.
“Together with Alpha, I visited Brian House and was blown away by the support they offer to local children and their families who can be faced with such difficulties. It was good to see first-hand such a fantastic facility for the children who need it.
“Brian House and the team there certainly are at the forefront of my mind as I’m playing for birdies and eagles, and it’s great knowing I can help to make a difference.”
Brian House is the only children’s hospice on the Fylde coast, providing outstanding specialist hospice care for life-limited children and their families across the Fylde coast.
Brendan Fenerty, National Sales Director at Alpha Heating Innovation said: “We are thrilled to be supporting an incredible cause like Brian House through Jack’s tournaments.
“We knew Jack was keen to support a charity that was local to him and close to his heart, and seeing the amazing work taking place at Brian House while speaking to the caring staff there makes us extremely proud to be involved in this way.
“Jack is playing very well, which is reflected in our donation. We’re looking forward to seeing just how much we can raise for the families who need children’s hospice care on the Fylde coast.”
Janet Atkins, Corporate Partnerships Manger at Brian House, said: “We are so excited about Jack and Alpha’s partnership with us here at Brian House, and we’re all keeping an eye on Jack’s tournaments and cheering him on from the hospice.
“It’s been a wonderful opportunity to spend time playing golf with the children too, and we’re looking forward to welcoming Jack and the team from Alpha back at the end of the year.”