SCT&I 23rd Annual Golf Tournament

The SCT&I Charity Golf Tournament, recognized as one of the most successful golf charity events in Kamloops, is entering its 23rd year! Proceeds benefit the Royal Inland Hospital (RIH). Funds raised will be used to purchase much needed and essential beds in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). These beds are used for patients on life support or requiring other life saving measures. Special mattresses which allow for increased blood flow and airflow immensely increase patient comfort and help speed recovery.

To comply with provincial COVID-19 regulations, the set-up this year will be a little different. In order to avoid large gatherings, golfers now can play their favorite course & make a donation to support our cause! Take photos and hashtag #roundforrih #SCT&I and tag us on social media @rihfound & on Facebook or email to be entered in to win $500! We are also planning to have a day of appreciation for our major sponsors that have been supporting us over the years at Rivershore Estate & Golf Links on August 28th

The SCT&I Charity Golf Tournament, through its previous events, has raised over $2 million toward patient care equipment for various departments at RIH, including: OR, Emergency Room and Trauma Centre, Cancer Centre Chemotherapy Treatment Area, a 2nd CT Scanner Campaign, and a new Intensive Care Unit (ICU).


We encourage YOU to support this worthy cause and help keep our hospital strong by funding the specific equipment needed. Thank you in advance for your valued support.

In Focus with Abbott Wealth

Thank you to Abbott Wealth for this tremendous video. The SCT&I Golf Tournament is a wonderful way to support our hospital during these challenging times.

Contact Us

Shanah Skjeie

Shanah Skjeie

RIH Development Officer, Special Events

Marisa Bertoli

Marisa Bertoli

SCT&I Committee Member

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Royal Inland Hospital Foundation
The Royal Inland Hospital Foundation is committed to inspiring donors and building meaningful relationships to support Royal Inland Hospital and our community's health care needs, both now and into the future.
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