Congratulations to our 2016 Niswonger Children's Hospital Classic Champions: Team Bank of Tennessee, Bruce Smith and Peter Malnati!
Niswonger Children’s Hospital in Johnson City, Tenn., serves more than 200,000 children in a four-state, 29-county region. The 69-bed children's hospital is staffed by pediatric experts who know, love and care about children and their families. The goal of Niswonger Children's Hospital is to provide safe and child-friendly care that is centered on the patient and family. Read more
As a partner of the Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic, your support will create an amazing new service, The Children’s Resource Center. This new initiative serves as the hub for outreach, advocacy, education and support for children and their families in the region. Drawing together the necessary resources to support families and children in need, The Children’s Resource Center will develop a variety of health-related prevention and education programs.Donate Now
Changing Lives Through Giving
Mountain States Foundation provides support to numerous causes that are of great importance to the people of Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Western North Carolina and Eastern Kentucky. The generosity of individuals, businesses and other organizations across the region enables the foundation to fulfill its mission. Learn more
In 2015 the Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic raised $503,703 to benefit children in our region. The Classic has also earned a reputation of excellence amongst national golf tournaments and players, with many of our repeat participants traveling more than 500 miles to play in this prestigious event.The 2016 Niswonger Children’s Hospital Classic featured:
- Five major events over 10 days
- 20 of golf’s best players from the PGA, LPGA, Web.com and Champions Tours
- 20 A-list celebrities from the NFL, MLB, NBA, NASCAR and the world of entertainment and music
- An exclusive concert featuring some of Country music’s biggest stars
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Len MattiaceDefending Champion
Brooke PancakeLPGA Tour
Phil FulmerCollege Football Hall of Fame Head Coach, University of Tennessee
Dr. George Ford specializes in the treatment of endocrine problems in children and adolescents such as diabetes, thyroid disorders and growth disorders. Dr. Ford received his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle. He also completed fellowship training in pediatric endocrinology at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.
Few individuals have made a lasting impact on the health of a region as greatly as Scott Niswonger. This Greeneville, Tenn., native has become known for his philanthropy, made possible by the success of his transportation and logistics company, Landair Corporation. Scott has put his name and his resources behind many worthwhile causes throughout our area, including investments in higher education at Tusculum College and investments in the arts at Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Greeneville. But arguably his greatest investment has been in the children of our community through his ongoing support of the region’s only children’s hospital.Read more