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New Year's Eve Bash 2023 sets record fundraising

From Stacey Biggs

Glasgow, KY - The T.J. Community Mission Foundation held its annual fundraiser on Saturday, December 31st at the Cave City Convention Center. The New Year's Eve event featured a fabulous upscale dinner, cash bar, a casino, dancing and music by The Jimmy Church Band. The evening brought in a record fundraising total of $120,909 through corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, donations, raffles, and a live auction.

Randy Burns, Executive Director of the Foundation stated, "We are so grateful for the outpouring of generosity from our community and region. We simply could not do these types of events if it were not for our incredible sponsors who help make it possible. Thank you to all of our sponsors for your support of this event and your continued support of the Foundation."

Established in 2014, the T.J. Community Mission Foundation exists to support the mission of T.J. Regional Health. The Foundation supports capital projects, community engagement programs and other projects that aid in accomplishing T.J. Regional Health's goal of improving the health of the residents of southcentral Kentucky. By creating partnerships with employees, business leaders, social groups and families, together, we will further advance excellence in healthcare to those we serve in this region. To learn more about how to become involved in the work of the Foundation, visit or contact Randy Burns at (270) 651-4619.

This story was posted on 2023-01-10 13:31:42
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