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Enduring Hearts Raises Funds to Ensure That Within the Next Decade

The Enduring Hearts organization & Richard Tang hosted the 2nd Annual CHARity Golf Tournament last week at Laurel Springs Golf Club in Suwanee, GA. Enduring Hearts partnered with Richard Tang, owner of Char Korean Bar & Grill and Girl Diver Atlanta to bring a party to the golf course. The tournament featured fantastic food from both restaurants, signature cocktails and ready to drink beverages, throughout the course. During the tournament golfers competed for a multitude of prizes throughout the course including the chance to win a 2021 Audi A5 Sportback from Audi Atlanta. The event was capped off with a shrimp and crawfish boil after party on Laurel Spring’s beautiful covered back patio overlooking the golf course. 

Event sponsors included Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Georgia Crown Distributors, Strategic Claim Consultants, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, REDBULL Energy Drink, RNDC, Guinness Draught, 

Audi Atlanta and NEC. 

The event raised over $83,000 for pediatric heart transplant research. 

“We are very thankful to Richard Tang for this partnership on this tournament and our supporters who truly made this day special. The atmosphere was incredibly upbeat, and all the players not only played some good golf but had a lot of fun while supporting an important cause,” said Carolyn Salvador, Chief Executive Officer of Enduring Hearts. 

“The tournament was one of the better run charity events I have ever participated in. Enduring Hearts is a great organization serving a great purpose. Hopefully more people learned about the organization through this excellent event,” stated Chris Cartrett, Golfer and President of Aderant. 

About Enduring Hearts 

Enduring Hearts is a 501(c)(3) with a mission to ensure that within the next decade a child’s longevity will not be impacted by a heart transplant. It is the ONLY organization dedicated solely to funding research that increases the longevity of pediatric heart transplants, improves the quality of life for children living with a new heart and eliminates pediatric heart diseases that may lead to a transplant.

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