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KLF 20th Charity Golf Tournament on Aug 30


KLF Chairman Datuk Philip Lasimbang (centre).

29 July 2022

By Wartawan Nabalu News


PENAMPANG: The Kadazandusun Language Foundation (KLF) will be organising its 20th fundraising Charity Golf Tournament on the 30th August 2022 at Sabah Golf & Country Club (SGCC), Kota Kinabalu.


KLF in a statement today said, the theme of this year's 20th KLF Charity Golf Tournament is “In Aid of Production of a more comprehensive learning Kadazan Flash Cards Volume 2 App”.


This year's project-based fundraiser is a response to the call to action to contribute and support efforts for the revitalization of indigenous languages in conjunction with the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, IDIL (2022 - 2032).


“As with Volume 1 of the learning Kadazan Flash Cards app, Volume 2 will be designed for the early learner who wants to learn the Kadazan language at his/her own pace.


“The app is a new and fresh way for the younger generation to get involved in learning their native language in a fun and educational way.


“The app also takes the Kadazan language further into the 21st century so that it will not be lost with the passage of time. The Volume 2 learning Kadazan Flash Cards app will be made available in Google Play Store and Apple Store and is free to download,” said the foundation.

Around 120 people are expected to participate and more than RM30,000.00 is targeted for this year’s project-based fundraising event.


“The tournament's mode of play is Gunshot, System 36—Stroke play, teeing off at 7:00 a.m., with registration starting at 6:00 a.m. Fantastic prizes await the winners and lucky participants.


“KLF welcomes participation from golfers to make their statement of support towards maintenance and revitalization of mother tongue and indigenous languages through this year’s Charity Golf Tournament.


“KLF also welcomes contributions and sponsorships from the community, network partners and supporters towards this call to action to contribute and support efforts for the revitalization of mother tongue and indigenous languages.


For further information, please contact KLF office at 088-724852 or email at klf6392g@gmail.com.