The ninth annual “Tee Off For Tiny Tots”golf tournament is set for June 26 at the Caledon Golf & Country Club in Inglewood, Ont. All proceeds from the event go to the “African Pre-Schools Society,”a Canadian registered charity. In 1998, Canadian Marianne Schaubeck initiated a program to build a school for extremely impoverished tiny tots. The project came to fruition and a registered charity — African Pre-Schools Society — was born. The charity provides salaries to the teaching staff, maintenance of the buildings, books and supplies, and two wholesome meals per day for the needy children. There is now a second school, “Sunshine”inaugurated in 2011 in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Between the two schools, Mazinyane and Sunshine, more than 430 impoverished children learn, play, and eat. The support of the travel industry and the South Africa Chamber of Business have helped raise in excess of $77,000 over the past eight years to support these children. The tournament cost (including golf, shared cart, packed lunch and dinner) is $185 p.p. Dinner only is $70 p.p., with a choice of salmon, chicken, prime rib or vegetarian. There will be prizes galore as well as a raffle for two tickets to South Africa, courtesy of South African Airways. For registration inquiries, e-mail: Chisty Bulsara at [email protected] or Susan Franklin at [email protected] .