ALS Longest Day of Golf
Annual our Professionals play dawn until dusk to raise money for ALS.
Rockies Hockey Tournament
Copper Point Golf Club hosts an Annual Tournament and Silent Auction to support the Columbia Valley Rockies. Junior Hockey is such a huge part of our community, we want to ensure that it is a positive place to be.
Lions Charity Golf Day
Going into its 16th Year, the Annual Lions Charity Golf Day has allowed the Lions Club to donate around 1.2 Million Dollars back into the community through local initiatives.
The Alberta Adolescent Recover Center is a long-term treatment program for chemically dependent adolescents and their families. Success at AARC is a graduate who is clean and sober, back in school or working, and reunited with his or her family.
The Summit Youth Center provides supervised program activities that enhance and support individual growth in our youth – ages 12 to 18. ‘Summit’ offers a healthy activity alternative for youth throughout the year including games, access to computers, and the internet, a youth-operated coffee and snack bar offering healthy food, homework support, a social meeting place, sporting activities, workshops on requested topics, movie nights and cooking and nutrition sessions.
Elementary & High School Hockey Academy – The Hockey Canada Skills Academy operates within J.A. Laird Elementary and David Thompson Secondary Schools in Invermere, BC. It provides students with a unique opportunity to combine exercise and education. The focus is on hockey and fostering hockey skills within each student at their particular skill level. 60% of students are non-minor hockey players. The on-ice sessions are one aspect of the fitness component within the Hockey Academy with Firefighter Fitness tests, Cardiovascular training with heart monitors and various Plyometric workouts rounding out the remainder.
Golf in School Program
Copper Point Golf Academy, Director of Instruction, Dennis Bradley brings golf to local schools in Invermere.
Kelly Hrudey & Friends
Kelly Hrudey & Friends Charity Golf Classic, featuring 36 celebrity players with varying professions including hockey, golf, alpine ski racing, television, politics and entrepreneurial business people.
The celebrities and guests will enjoy two days of golf surrounded by the beautiful Purcell and Rocky Mountains and evenings filled with great food and fabulous entertainment. This two-day event will raise awareness and funds for youth – including the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre (AARC), the Invermere Summit Youth Centre and the local elementary and high school Hockey Academy.
Feed the Town
Going into its 15th Year, Copper Point offers a Christmas Feast with all the fixings on the first Sunday in December to support the Columbia Valley Food Bank. Over $1,800 and four loads of food were delivered last year alone.
Westside Legacy Trail
The Westside Legacy Trail is a multi-recreational, human-powered, paved trail that will the communities of Invermere, and Fairmont Hot Springs. In 2016, Golfers that played on The Ridge Course helped to raise $9,410 for the Columbia Valley Greenways Trail Alliance in support of the building of the Westside Legacy Trail.
The Cure Foundation
Annually Copper Point Golf Club sells Pink Balloons are sold to raise funds for The Cure Foundation.
Columbia Valley Center
The Columbia Valley Center is a public space in Invermere, BC with a flexible auditorium space and library. This public space culminates in a new civic plaza and rood patio with view of the distant mountains on all sides. In 2016, Copper Point Golf Club raised $14,000 from rounds played Monday – Thursday on The Point and Ridge Course.
The Columbia Valley Food Bank is a non-profit society serving residents from Canal Flats to Spillimacheen. They provide hampers to those accessing their services. They rely 100% on donations from the community to fund the Food Bank. To date, Copper Point Golf Club has helped raise $11,320.
Kiefer Jones, a former employee of Copper Point Golf Club, qualified for the World Blind Championship in Rome. This year, we raised $5,200 to help on his quest to get to the Worlds. Mr. Jones went on to win the Low Gross Overall.
Patio Pitch Off
This year, we built a platform above the 9th We ran a weekly competition every Friday Night. $5 gave you 2 opportunities to get you’re your ball closest to the pin. $2.50 from each entry went to Junior Golf Initiatives. This year, we raised $1,500 and have decided to give it away in the form of a Bursary for one gracious recipient to continue their education in 2019
The RAD Society
The RAD Recreation Adaptive Society gives individuals with short-term and permanent mobility issues who live in, or visiting BC the ability to rent adaptive equipment so that you can ski, snowboard, paddleboard, bike, hike or golf. Copper Point hosted the 2nd Annual Ugly Pant Classic to help raise funds to purchase more adaptive equipment.