On August 20, 2017, The University of Tennessee Medical Center will host 50 couples at Blackberry Farm for a premier wine event benefiting its Heart Lung Vascular Institute, one of the medical center’s six Centers of Excellence. More than just a fundraising event, this is a unique wine tasting, dinner, live auction and entertainment in one of the most celebrated luxury resorts in the country. For more information, contact the development office at 305-6611 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To confirm your spot at this event visit this registration page.
Comedy for a Cause is a fun evening of laughter and fellowship benefiting the Gynecologic Cancers Education and Research Fund at The University of Tennessee Medical Center Cancer Institute. These funds assist with patient care, resident education and research initiatives. This impactful event includes a silent auction, heavy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and a comedy show featuring Leanne Morgan. For more information, contact the development office at 305-6611 or email@example.com.
Revered by many as the most challenging courses in our area – get ready to show your manly side as we raise awareness and funds to support men’s health and prostate cancer. Race registration for the 10th annual Man Run will be available beginning June 2, 2017 at www.manrun.org. 100% of the race proceeds remain in East Tennessee and support prostate cancer and men’s health research, outreach and educational programs provided by the Cancer Institute and urologists at The University of Tennessee Medical Center. The outreach programs include education and/or screening for prostate, colorectal, skin, oral and lung cancers. Prevention and early detection of these cancers is vital in improving the health of men in our community. For more information, contact the development office at 305-6611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 12th annual TEE Up for Trauma Golf Tournament took place Monday, May 15, 2017 at Cherokee Country Club. The University of Tennessee Medical Center will hosted 120 golfers from the area’s business and healthcare community and raised more than $100,000 to support the only Level 1 Trauma Center in East Tennessee. Proceeds from this event benefit the Trauma Survivors Network (TSN). TSN is a community of patients and families connecting with one another and wanting to rebuild their lives following a traumatic injury. Joining this community helps ease the anxiety and frustration often experienced following a traumatic injury. For more information, contact the development office at 305-6611 or email@example.com.