BC Golf Receives Inaugural Delivering on Diversity Award

The award recognizes a “Provincial, disability or multi-sport organization that has demonstrated a committment towards advancing accessibility and inclusion.”

During the annual SportBC awards held in March of this year, after a delay due to Covid-19 from 2020, the very first ‘Delivering On Diversity’ award was handed out by the Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture & Sport, the Honourable Minister Melanie Mark. 

The awards were held on a virtual basis and Minister Mark made the announcement to open the proceedings. The award recognizes a “Provincial, disability, or multi-sport organization that has demonstrated a commitment towards advancing accessibility and inclusion.”

I am very pleased tonight to honour and introduce the first recipient of the Delivering on Diversity award, the British Columbia Golf Association for its progress in making golf more welcoming and accessible.

The Honourable Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture & Sport

The Allied Golf Association of BC would like to congratulate BC Golf on their dedication and commitment to making golf a sport for everyone in our Province. The example set by BC Golf helps advance the progress all sports organizations in our province are making on a daily basis to build an open, accessible, and active environment for as many people as possible.