A charity golf tour is taking place this weekend in Brazil.
The event, which is scheduled to take place at the Chacao golf resort, is being organized by the Foundation for Children and the Armed Forces (FFAM), and is intended to provide a safe, fun, and educational environment for children who are participating in military service.
According to the foundation, over 4,000 children from the army have participated in the military service, and over 100,000 are currently deployed overseas.
The children are also being supported by a foundation that has raised over $1.2 million.
“These children are already part of the Brazilian military.
They will be able to experience all the freedoms that the military has to offer to them,” said Eduardo Dias, FFM’s director of operations.
The charity tour will be led by a group of military children who will lead the day and will also be joined by the children of Brazil’s National Guard.
The group of children will travel to the resort, where they will receive the tour.
The tour is being offered as a charity for children’s education.
“The tour will provide an opportunity for children to experience the freedom and responsibilities that the armed forces bring to their families.
They can experience the joy of going to school, being in the community, and the military will give them an opportunity to learn about life as a soldier,” said Dias.
The tour also aims to provide children with an opportunity of playing in the National Guard’s games, which are played at the local high school, which also plays host to the tournament.
The tournament is being hosted by the Brazilian Government, the Federal Armed Forces, and FFM.
The foundation is asking for donations of between 10,000 to 20,000 U.S. dollars.
It is currently seeking to raise $100,000.