Golf day helps tackle problem gambling

The golf day will raise funds and awareness for problem gambling

The More Pay in May organisation will hold an event to help tackle problem gambling on the Central Coast on May 6.

The non-profit organisation is dedicated to raising awareness about problem gambling and its annual More Pay in May campaign aims to encourage individuals to take the month of May off from gambling, fostering a supportive environment for friends, family, and work colleagues to join forces in addressing the challenges associated with problem gambling.

To kick off the More Pay in May campaign for 2024, there will be a Golf Charity Day at Gosford Golf Course on May 6.

The event will not only serve as a platform for raising awareness but also provide an opportunity for the community to come together, have fun and contribute to a worthy cause.

The day will include a four-person Ambrose event and a Trackman long drive comp.

Organisers are locking in guest speakers and all funds raised will go to More Pay in May initiatives.

There will also be an auction on the day.

Timothy Verduci is the founder of More Pay in May.

“Our goal is to create a collective movement that empowers individuals to take a break from gambling during May, fostering a supportive community that understands the impact of problem gambling,” he said.

“The Golf Charity Day is just the beginning, and we look forward to engaging the community in a positive and impactful way.”

For more information on the event and becoming a sponsor email, call 0402 675 099 or visit the website:

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