The Canadian Spinal Research Organization (CSRO) is very excited to announce a new partnership for one of its longest and most successful fundraising events, the Spinal Tap Charity Curling Bonspiel. The CSRO will be joining forces with Spinal Cord Injury Ontario (SCIO) for the upcoming 28th Annual Spinal Tap Charity Bonspiel on Saturday, March 30th, 2019, at the Thornhill Country Club.
The Spinal Tap has enjoyed 27 incredibly successful years, having raised $665,000 over that time. The event has provided an opportunity for participants to try curling for the first time, while also including World and Olympic Champions throughout the years. The Spinal Tap is one of the longest-running charity curling events in Canada.
With the SCIO coming on board will allow the event to grow to a new level, both on a fundraising aspect and attendance. The partnership makes sense on many levels, as both charities are dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living with a spinal cord injury. SCIO also brings years of experience with the sport of curling to the Spinal Tap, having hosted their own curling fundraiser in past years. We look forward to the beginning of a long, prosperous partnership that will help both charities get closer to their ultimate goals.