Charity Golf Tournament Benefits Homeless Families in Atlanta

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Kimberly-Clark CorporationÂ?s Cooperative Education and Interns Program Raises More Than $9,000 to Benefit the Atlanta ChildrenÂ?s Shelter

Clark Corporation’s Cooperative Education and Interns program hosted the second annual Charity Golf Tournament on August 6, 2005. Tournament proceeds and monetary donations, totaling more than $9,000, went to the Atlanta Children’s Shelter to benefit homeless children in Atlanta.

As a way to give back to the community, the interns and staff at Kimberly-Clark Corporation’s Cooperative Education program hosted a charity golf tournament. The tournament was held at the Country Land Golf Course in Cumming, Georgia and attracted more than 115 participants.

About the Atlanta homeless families resource center Atlanta Children’s Shelter:

The Atlanta Children’s Shelter is a nonprofit agency, which offers a range of family support services to Atlanta homeless families with children from one month to five years of age. Our mission is to provide loving, high-quality child development and support services for homeless families striving for self-sufficiency. Since 1986, ACS has cared for more than 7,600 homeless children in Atlanta and helped guide nearly 4,950 families to permanent self-sufficiency. For more information, call 404-892-3713 or visit us at

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