SRPAA Golf Classic Raises Funds for Black and Indigenous Schulich Students
On June 28, 2023, the Schulich Real Property Alumni Association (SRPAA) hosted the 4th Annual Golf Classic in collaboration with Schulich’s Real Estate and Infrastructure (REI) program. The tournament was organized in support of Schulich’s REI students and raised over $53,000.
This year, over 100 golfers and guests including developers, investors, and managers of commercial real estate attended the event. Co-Chair, Michael Krasic (MREI ’18) shared, “It was incredible to bring an amazing and diverse group of industry leaders out for a day of fun and golf,” he continued, “We were proud to bring the community together to raise funds for Schulich Students.”
The other Co-Chair, Imran Mangalji (MREI ’18) added, “The event’s earnings will be allocated to the SRPAA and Partners Leadership Fund for Black and Indigenous Communities dedicated to offering undergraduate scholarships to Black and Indigenous students, along with a comprehensive mentoring and internship program. Its purpose is to provide support to young individuals from marginalized communities who may otherwise lack access to higher education. Through this initiative our goal is to nurture future leaders who will empower the upcoming generation in their communities.”
To see pictures and find out more information about the SRPAA Gold Classic, please visit https://schulich.yorku.ca/srpaa-golf-classic/.
Schulich extends thanks to the following Golf Classic organizers and sponsors:
Gold Lunch Sponsor: York University Development Corporation
Gold Golf Ball Sponsor: Dorsay Development Corporation
Marketing Partner: TREL: Toronto Real Estate Leaders
Hole in One Sponsor: Woodbine Nissan
Hole Sponsors: Torys, Quality Allied Elevator, CanFirst Capital Management, Manulife Investment Management, Prombank, RealSage, Atena Building Group, Chartwell Retirement Residences, Select Hospitality Systems Ltd
Organizing committee: Michael Krasic (MREI ‘18), Imran Mangalji (MREI ’18), Emily Martino (MMgt’ 21), Matt Miklas (MREI ’20), Adam Milklas (MREI ’21), Kyle Pinto (MBA ’18), Tracy Hui (MREI ’20) and Maxim Steiner (JD/MBA ’19)