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More than 100 local IT executives swapped their formal suits and computers for a comfortable t-shirt and a set of clubs, all for a very good reason: the Putt4Dough Golf Day to raise funds to support Princess Margaret Hospital for Children, Stott Hoare has support the Putt4Dough event since it began five years ago.

This year, our two teams, led by Jim Loader and Brian Hawkins, were reinforced by Matthew Cockran (PN Bank), Ali Yalaz (HP), Frank Tenaglia (Dicker Data), Ernie Prandl (CCIWA), Darryn Burling (Cirralto) and Eric Carles (Dell). In addition to making a donation in the name of each guest, we donated a HP 1800 tablet computer.

“We are very proud to support Putt4Dough. It’s a great initiative. It’s an opportunity to meet friends, have fun and raise funds for such a good cause”, said Jim Loader, Managing Director of Stott Hoare. 

Putt4Dough

Putt4Dough is organised by Chris Marshal of Inpex.  It is a once a year opportunity for the IT industry to donate to the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation by playing golf.

Last year the event raised a record $48,000 and the expectation is to raise more this year.

Princess Margaret Hospital

Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH) is a 220-bed, internationally recognised paediatric facility that treats children and adolescents aged 15 years and younger from around the State with approximately 250,000 patient visits (inpatient and outpatient) each year.

PMH is part of the Child and Adolescent Health Service, which also incorporates the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Child and Adolescent Community Health and the Perth Children's Hospital Project. The health service treats children from around the state, and is committed to programs that promote lifelong health in children and adolescents.

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