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WellStar Foundation 24th Annual Golf Classic Raises $190,000 to Enhance Healthcare in the Community

September 9, 2017


The WellStar Foundation hosted its 24th Annual Golf Classic at the Marietta Country Club on August 28. The event raised nearly $190,000 to advance emergency and trauma services across WellStar Health System, the largest health system in Georgia.

“What makes the WellStar Foundation so unique is every dollar raised supports the mission,” said Carole Kell, WellStar Foundation Board of Trustees Chair. “This year, 100 percent of donations received through the Golf Classic went toward improving access to quality emergency and trauma care. I am grateful to all the corporate sponsors who contributed to such a vital, community resource.”

Cigna supported the event as Presenting Sponsor. Bunker Sponsors included AMR; Avectus Healthcare Solutions; BDR Partners; Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractors; Deloitte; DHG Healthcare; Green, Sapp & Moriarty, LLP; Hollis Cobb Associates; Inglett & Stubbs, Inc.; JE Dunn Construction; Medline Industries; MembersFirst Credit Union; Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs, LLP; S.A. White Oil Company, Inc.; Witt/Kieffer. Additional businesses within the community also sponsored the event.

For more information on all WellStar Foundation events or to make a tax-deductible donation, visit or call 770-956-GIVE (4483).

About the WellStar Foundation
For more than 30 years, the WellStar Foundation has been at the forefront of securing life-saving resources for the WellStar Health System, the largest health system in Georgia. As a not-for profit, donations from individuals, businesses and community organizations are critical for WellStar to achieve world-class healthcare. The Foundation reinvests 100 percent of every dollar donated toward initiatives that advance the level of healthcare provided to WellStar communities through improved patient services and assistance for those in need. To learn more, visit or call 770-956-GIVE (4483).

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