BatesCarter was honored to participate in the 2017 Medical Center Foundation Open Golf Tournament that raised $262,000 for Gateway Domestic Violence Center! Learn more about BatesCarter and our managing partner, Ron Bracewell's (Chair of the MCO), involvement with the event below. This is Ron's second year as Chair for the Medical Center Open Golf Tournament.
On behalf of The Medical Center Foundation Board of Trustees, thank you for joining us for the 2017 Medical Center Open Golf Tournament. More than 200 golfers, 200 sponsors and about 100 volunteers worked together to make the event a tremendous success — raising $262,082 to benefit Gateway Domestic Violence Center. 100% of the proceeds will fund the construction and furnishing of a counseling suite consisting of six support group rooms at Gateway's new facility, and possibly a dining room.
Plans are already underway for the 2018 Medical Center Open. Thank you again for your support! We hope you will mark your calendar for October 4, 2018 and make plans to join us again next year.
With warmest regards,
Special Events Officer
Last year's Medical Center Open raised funds for Habitat for Humanity of Hall County. The dedication of two of the homes built from the proceeds of last year's tournament took place recently. Ron Bracewell and Sara Ogden attended the dedication event of two of the homes. Sara Ogden, Tax Senior Accountant at BatesCarter, is a Board Member for Habitat for Humanity of Hall County. Read the full Gainesville Times article here.