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South Atlanta Association of Health Underwriters Raises Funds for Christian City

PHOTO: Randy McDaniel, Past President of South Atlanta AHU presents a $3,700 donation from the 4th Annual SAAHU Golf Tournament to The Children’s Village at Christian City. From left: Phil Kouns, COO of The Children’s Village at Christian City; McDaniel; and Ashley Bonner, Fund Development Specialist at Christian City.

Union City – The South Atlanta Association of Health Underwriters (SAAHU) recently presented a check for $3,700 to Christian City for funds raised at the SAAHU 4th Annual Golf Tournament at Orchard Hills Golf Club in Newnan, with proceeds benefitting The Children’s Village at Christian City.

Randy McDaniel, a Henry County insurance agent, Public Service Chair, and Past President of South Atlanta AHU expressed appreciation for the work done at Christian City. “This is the third year of donating the proceeds from our annual golf tournament to The Children’s Village at Christian City. We believe in this ministry and the difference The Children’s Village is making in the lives of the children they serve. They aren’t just providing food and shelter; they are also making every child feel loved and appreciated. We’re already looking forward to doing this again next year.” McDaniel said.

“We’re so grateful for this generous donation,” said Phil Kouns, COO of The Children’s Village at Christian City. “This kind of ongoing financial support from the community is what makes it possible for us to continually serve the children who come to us in need.”

The South Atlanta Association of Health Underwriters is a local chapter of the National Association of Health Underwriters, which is a member organization of licensed health insurance agents and brokers. For more information, visit www.saahu.com or call 770-274-9724.

The Children’s Village at Christian City is a 501(c)3 non-profit located in Union City, Ga. For 50 years, The Children’s Village has offered life services and a safe haven for children in crisis, aged 5-17. The majority of the children who come to the residential program have been victims of abuse, neglect, or abandonment. For more information about The Children’s Village, visit www.christiancity.org, or call 770-703-2636.