The Big Putt to help people in Surviving Winter

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Crazy golfers are being encouraged to set up their own course in their offices, homes and clubs to raise money for the Surviving Winter campaign.

The Big Putt will see people ‘putt’ their way through the office ‘crazy golf style’. Colleagues can take score and the more obstacles that are set up the better. The game is then played as people pay £1 to guess the final putting score before they begin.

The idea has already been tried and tested in city businesses and been a great success!

MK Community Foundation’s ‘Surviving Winter’ campaign is in urgent need of funds to support partners including the Food Bank and Age UK, to help those most adversely affected by winter. It isn’t just about snow and ice – cold, hunger and isolation are harsh realities for people over the winter and spring months.

MK Community Foundation have produced a simple ‘How To’ guide to help people setting up their ‘Big Putt course’ in their organisation and would be happy to meet and discuss this or any other fund raising activity further.

If you would like a copy of the guide or to find out more about the campaign, contact Nicholas Brinner, Development Manager, on 01908 690 276 or email