This Lebanese Played Golf From North To South To Raise Funds For The Children’s Cancer Center Of Lebanon

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In light of the current crisis crippling Lebanon and its citizens, many members of the youth are trying their best to help out by coming up with initiatives that will aid the people.

Lebanese firefighter and golf player Oliver Boustani wanted to use his love and passion for golf as a tool to raise funds for the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon.

The golf player, an engineering graduate of the Lebanese International University (LIU), took seriously what he deemed his responsibility as a citizen to help children with cancer, and decided to play golf from North to South Lebanon to raise funds for their center.

Boustani started in Thoum, Northern Lebanon, and passed through 17 Lebanese towns, including Jounieh, Beirut, all the way to Tyre, in Southern Lebanon.

Boustani was inspired by the struggle of his father, a Lebanese soldier, and transformed it into hope for Lebanese children with cancer. His “Golfing to Support CCCL” initiative has helped raise $950 to date, aiming to raise $5000 by December 31, 2022.

Those willing to support from any location around the world can do so here.

This is the second time this summer that a young Lebanese takes such an initiative. Lebanese Influencer Raymi ran over 40 KM barefoot to raise money for cancer patients who are not being able to fund their treatment and medications.

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