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Brian Decker, Osprey Valley

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June 1, 2020 - Donor Story, Stories

Tucked away in Caledon, TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley is a hidden gem for golfers from around the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. With its three courses all ranked in the Top 100 in Canada, the world-class golf destination is a true “golfer’s paradise” according to Brian Decker, Director of Marketing & Communications for TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley.

“We are the first Canadian facility to join the TPC Network of courses from the PGA Tour,” he says. “It's really elevated our standing in the game and has attracted a lot of people to come and play here. We're really emerging as one of Canada's top golf destinations, which is what we've always wanted to be.”

In April, TPC Toronto at Osprey Valley and the Humeniuk Foundation announced a $50,000 donation to Osler Foundation in support of the Health Care Heroes campaign. The gift is one of several to organizations providing COVID-19 relief in and around Caledon. Brian says the hope is that the gift inspires others to step forward in support.

“It was important that we not only support organizations that are providing COVID-19 relief efforts financially, but that we also raise the profile of these organizations, and hopefully galvanize further support from our community,” says Brian.

“The key for us during these last few weeks, and going forward, is trying to make a positive impact in the community and really help uplift everyone around us by being a positive influence and I hope that's something we can continue to do, even when we're on the other side of this pandemic.”

Now more than ever, your hospital needs your help. Vital life-saving equipment is needed to ensure that our hospitals can keep up with demand. Double your impact and support your #HealthcareHeroes with a gift today: oslerfoundation.org/covid19.

BVD Group pledges $10 million to Osler Foundation to support health care in Brampton and Etobicoke

Thank you to BVD Group, Bikram Dhillon and the Dhillon Family!


As Osler continues to grow to meet the increasing demands in one of the most diverse communities in Canada, funds will go towards the local hospital system’s greatest equipment and redevelopment needs, and help strengthen health care in the community for years to come.

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