Welcome to the Headwater Learning Foundation Golfing for Good Tournament

To assist our efforts to raise funds for mental health and wellness, Headwater Learning Foundation will be hosting a golf tournament on Monday, June 12, 2023, at The Glencoe Golf & Country Club.

A golf tournament is a great opportunity to bring people together, and we hope to do exactly that! On June 12, stakeholders and community members will come together to support a great cause, play golf, have some fun and reconnect with one another.

This tournament will also serve as an opportunity to help Headwater Learning Foundation and the larger community realize a very important goal through fundraising for mental health and wellness programs. Money raised through this tournament will be directed towards programs that take action to support social, emotional, and academic well-being in students.

Before we know it, June will be upon us. We look forward to connecting with our families, staff, and community partners. We can’t wait to see you on the course!

Event Info

The spectacular greens of The Glencoe Golf & Country Club are the perfect setting for a day of golf, networking, hole experiences, and prizes in support of youth mental health and wellness.


  • Regular Price (after April 21, 2023): $375 per person, $1,500 per foursome

Tickets are no longer available for purchase.

Registration includes: 18 holes of golf, use of driving range and practice facility, golf cart, lunch, dinner, and prizes.


  • 9:30 a.m. – Registration opens
  • 10:30 a.m. – Welcome & Staging
  • 11:00 a.m. – Shotgun Start (Best Ball Format)
  • 4:00 p.m. – Mingling and Post-Play Reception
  • 5:00 p.m. – Dinner and Prizes

Unable to attend? Just click on the “Donate” tab and help us achieve our goal to support mental health and wellness programs for students in our community.

Come out and join the fun!

Golf Tournament Committee

Tournament Co-Chairs

Sarah Hoag

Liz Thompson

Committee Members

Dr. Gina Cherkowski

Debra Klippenstein

Natalie Kowalenko

Nick Waterbury

About the Headwater Learning Group

Headwater Learning Foundation (HLF) is a not-for-profit committed to improving and transforming education. Specifically, HLF supports the operation of Calgary Academy, a not-for-profit K-12 school that serves 700 students and has a 40-year history teaching students with unique learning needs. HLF also champions Headwater Learning Solutions, an entity that exists to drive lasting change in schools, communities, and education systems across North America through sustainable solutions. Together, these three unique entities are referred to as Headwater Learning Group.

Event Details

  • Event Date
    Jun 12, 2023
  • Event Time
    9:30 AM – 7:00 PM
  • Ticket Cost
    $100 – 375
  • Refund Policy

Our Speakers

Hockey legends and mental health advocates.

Brent Krahn

Calgary Flames alumni, successful CEO, casual radio/tv personality and analyst for the Calgary Flames, Brent will Emcee the Golfing for Good Tournament.

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Kelly Hrudey

Former Canadian National Hockey League ice hockey goaltender, current broadcaster with Hockey Night in Canada, and Calgary Flames commentator, Kelly will keynote the Golfing for Good Tournament.

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Get Involved

Show your support for youth and family mental health through a number of ways.


Support youth and families who need it most. The 50/50 draw will help raise funds for mental health and wellness programs. Check back soon for more information.

Silent Auction

We have a number of incredible items to bid on, generously donated by community members. From sporting activities and memorabilia, to wine and preserves, there is something for everyone


Support any of the organizations that make up Headwater Learning Group.

Sponsors and Community Support

Headwater Learning Foundation is grateful for the support it receives from the community. Your sponsorship will help us secure much needed funds to help support mental health and wellness programs and initiatives in our community.

According to the World Health Organization, the pandemic, “has had severe and far-reaching repercussions for health systems, economies and societies.” Faced with extended school disruptions and overall uncertainty, young people and those closest to them have suffered from social isolation and disconnectedness which for many has elevated feelings of anxiety, uncertainty, and loneliness. Schools and families are seeking ways to support youth and develop their acuities for resilience, connection, and overall wellbeing.

Click to view the “Sponsorship Package” to view opportunities.

For more information or to confirm your sponsorship, contact Debra Klippenstein, Director of Philanthropy (403.869.8167)

Email Debra