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Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation

Methodist Medical Center Foundation

Thompson Cancer Survival Center Foundation


Why Donate?  

Many projects and programs across Covenant Health are only possible due to the charitable support received from our communities.

Our neighbors, colleagues, leaders, area businesses and corporations show their dedication to ensuring quality programs and services are available throughout Covenant Health’s member organizations through their donations. With their help, and yours, we can carry out our mission of improving the quality of life in our communities through better health.

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Office:(865) 531-5210

Fax: (865) 531-5211


280 Fort Sanders West Blvd., Suite 202, Knoxville, TN 37922

We believe everyone in our community deserves excellent healthcare.
And, we believe you agree.

Covenant Health is a not-for-profit, community owned healthcare system committed to improving the quality of life in East Tennessee through better health. In partnership with our generous donors, Covenant’s 10,000+ employees, physicians and volunteers are providing the very best care for our patients and their families.

The Office of Philanthropy coordinates all philanthropic initiatives at Covenant through six foundations Claiborne County Healthcare Foundation, Fort Sanders Foundation, Methodist Medical Center Foundation, Dr. Robert F. Thomas Foundation, Thompson Cancer Survival Center Foundation, and Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation. The fund raising efforts of these foundations support the system’s acute care hospitals, as well as its outpatient facilities, specialized cancer and rehabilitation centers, behavioral health organization, and hospice/home health services.

One fun and helpful way to partner with Covenant Health is to sponsor or attend a special event. The Office of Philanthropy coordinates many events each year across our region to benefit the patients and families served by Covenant and its affiliates. Click the links below to learn more about how you can be a part of these great events.

Calendar of Events



Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation Golf Classic

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The annual Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation Golf Classic has a new location Clinchview Golf & Country Club at Bean Station, TN ! Prizes will be awarded to the first and second place teams in each of three flights. On course contests open to all amateur players include: Putting Contest, Hole-in-One Contest, Closest to the Hole, and Longest Drive. Come out and enjoy a fun filled day of golf, food, beverage while supporting the patients and families of Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. Call (423)492-5602 to learn more. 


Patricia Neal Golf Classic

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Held each year in August, the prestigious Patricia Neal Golf Classic has raised over $5 million in net proceeds to support the programs, services and staff of the Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center. The tournament brings together Tennessee professional golfers with amateurs from across the U.S. for a worthwhile cause at one of the state’s top courses, Holston Hills Country Club.


Acorn Classic

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The Methodist Medical Center Foundation’s annual Acorn Classic benefits the healthcare programs and services of Methodist Medical Center. Held in September at the Oak Ridge Country Club, players enjoy a fun filled day of golf which includes great food, beverages and awards. To learn more call 865-531-5208. 

Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation Gala 

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 Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation presents the it’s annual Gala. The evening will feature a cocktail mixer, silent auction, seated meal, special entertainment and presentation of the Exceptional Commitment to Healthcare Award to a deserving recipient that has made a difference to our local community. Call (423)492-5602 to learn more.



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Peninsula is the beneficiary of funds raised through the annual Artsclamation! Fine Art Sale held each year in October. The two-day event features more than 45 local and regional artists, including painters, photographers, jewelers, woodworkers and sculptors. A percentage of each artist’s sales is donated to Peninsula.


Race Against Cancer 

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The Race Against Cancer is a 5K walk and run that raises funds for Thompson Cancer Survival Center’s Cancer Outreach Services program. Since its inception 27 years ago, the race has raised over $7 million for cancer education and care in East Tennessee. Thanks to Race Against Cancer supporters and participants, thousands of medically under-served individuals have received life-saving screenings and information each year. Unlike some fundraisers, proceeds raised by the race go to fight cancer locally. Through prevention, early detection and education, we are saving lives. Come walk or run with us!

Target For Healthcare Trap Shoot 

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Morristown-Hamblen Hospital Foundation presents the Target for Healthcare Trap Shoot, an exciting event benefiting Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. You’ll find great targets, tasty food and support a worthy cause: proceeds benefit the Morristown-Hamblen Healthcare System. Trapshooting is a form of clay target shooting with lots of action, movement, and split-second timing. It requires accuracy and skill to repeatedly aim, fire, and hit the 4 1/4 inch clay disc, which is hurled through the air at a speed of 42mph to simulate the flight path of a bird fleeing a hunter. Prizes will be awarded to the Tournament Champion team, as well as the second and third place teams. Call (423)492-5602 to learn more.


Holiday Lights for Health Donations 

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Our annual Holiday Lights campaign raises money for the Hospitality Houses of Methodist Medical Center, which provide temporary lodging for patients and families who travel to Oak Ridge for extended medical treatment. This campaign is a unique opportunity to help our patients and their families when they need it most and pay tribute to the important people in your life during the holiday season.



MARCH 2021

Game On Against Cancer

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This annual March event features celebrity matches on a variety of home gaming equipment, music, delicious food and beverages, and a fabulous selection of silent auction items. Game On Against Cancer’s proceeds support Thompson Cares, a fund that assists cancer patients in financial need with their basic living expenses. Thanks to your genorosity, in the last eight years the event has raised more than $360,000!


APRIL 2021

In It To Win It

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There’s a competitive streak in all of us. Each year in April you can shine during our annual In It To Win It event! Your table will compete in games designed to delight and entertain. Plus, patrons will enjoy a robust buffet provided by Calhoun’s Oak Ridge. Smart casual attire be comfortable and have fun! All proceeds benefiting the patients and families of The Hospitality Houses of Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge.