THERE are just two days until the third annual Liverpool Champion Charity Golf Cup with the teams ready to swing into action and support the Liverpool Autism Advisory and Support Service.
It will be at the New Brighton Golf Club, Moorebank.
Founder of the Liverpool Autism Advisory Support Service Grace Fava, said she and the many families who have children with autism, were "extremely grateful and heartened" by the community support.
"We are really excited about the golf day and we are touched to see the community coming together to show their support and understanding," Ms Fava said.
"We want to thank all the businesses and organisations entering teams and sponsoring holes."
Ms Fava said there was a "high prevalence" of autism in Liverpool and Sydney's south west.
Major sponsors of the this year's event again are, Event Cinemas, Superb Electronics, The Champion and New Brighton Golf Club.
Hole sponsors include Liverpool businesses, Gazcorp, Megacenta and Liverpool Markets.
The Gazal family are long-established business owners in the Liverpool community.
Other golf hole sponsors are: Gazcorp, Megacenta, Liverpool Markets, LJ Hooker Leppington, State MP for Macquarie Fields, Andrew McDonald, Federal MP for Fowler, Chris Hayes, Event Cinemas, Cucina 105, Fairfield Liverpool Cricket Club, Gemelle Ristorante, The Cornish Group, Dunn & Horne, Liverpool, and Corporate Impressions.
Teams: Wiseberry Prestons, Inghams, The Junctions Works, Austral, Nace Engineering, Prestons, Tacca Industries at Moorebank, Ussia and Associates, Liverpool, Raine & Horne Liverpool, Interlink Roads, Liverpool Council, The Swinging Liberals, Dunn & Horne Liverpool, and Comfort Inn Hunts Motel, Liverpool.
All teams will have the chance to win the three main prizes, a $3000 advertising package in The Champion, $2000 of products from Superb Electronics and a $1500 corporate golf package from New Brighton Golf Club.
A lunch and sporting memorabilia auction will follow the 18-holes of golf and Liverpool Mayor Ned Mannoun will be guest speaker