Teeing Off For a Miracle marked its sixth anniversary on Friday June 14, 2019. The tournament hosted by the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF) is in support of the annual Miracle on Main St. This year’s edition was held at Granite Ridge Golf Tournament, and raised $100,000 that will be used in support of charity.
2019 marks the start of a new partnership with the Halton Regional Police Service (HRPS). “It’s a wonderful endorsement. But it’s also amazing because now we can extend our reach,” TJSF President Tiger Jeet Singh Jr. said. HRPS amalgamated their Toys for Tots’ program with the annual Miracle on Main St. event. Singh Jr, and his father were made honorary police officers. HRPS’ help means they can extend the reach across Halton region.
The golf tournament sold out in three days. Christina Quinn came out to help to support the event, drawn by Tiger Jr’s spirit of giving back. “They always choose to give, and give again. They’re just wonderful, big, generous people,” Quinn said of Tiger Jeet Singh Jr, and Tiger Jeet Singh Sr. Everyone associated with the charity volunteers their time, and resources. “It’s all on our sweat equity. We pound the pavement all-year round,” Singh Jr. said.
Darryl Demille was part of a foursome sponsored by Milton MP Lisa Raitt’s office. Demille appreciated the local feeling of the event. “They support, and give to the local hospitals, and young kids around. I really like that aspect,” he said. ” he said. He donates 100 gifts to the annual Miracle on Main St. Miracle on Main is a community celebration held every December to raise money for the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation.
Miracle on Main St enters its 11th year. It closes off a stretch of Main St in front of Troy’s Diner. “My vision is that it had the merit. It had the passion. It had the merit,” he said. Other communities have witnessed the success in Milton and want to host one. He’s been talking to community leaders in Brampton, and they’ll hold their event on December 11, 2019. “The greatest will only remain a greatest idea unless there’s funds to help provide.” For more information visit their website: