Hullco Heritage Foundation Gives To 2 Local Charities Helping Families

First Tee Of Chattanooga And Hunter Worley Foundation To Receive Donation

Friday, January 10, 2014

The Hullco Heritage Foundation continues to support children and families in the Chattanooga area by raising funds for The First Tee of Chattanooga and Hunter Worley Foundation. During the 2013 Hullco Heritage Foundation Event, $60,000 was raised. Since the inception of The Hullco Heritage Foundation in 2012 $100,000 has been raised. The funding is divided equally between the two benefitting charities. 

Matt and Jenny Hullander will present the checks on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. to both The First Tee of Chattanooga and Hunter Worley Foundation. The check presentation will take place at Hullco Exteriors, at 7110 East Brainerd Road. Representatives from both Hunter Worley Foundation and First Tee of Chattanooga will attend.

The Second Annual Hullco Heritage Foundation Event took place on Oct. 22-23, and included a one-day Golf Tournament held at Council Fire and a Concert and Silent Auction, which took place at Stratton Hall. 

For details on how you or your company can be a part of the 2014 Hullco Heritage Foundation Event through participation or sponsorship, please visit or call 899-2400.

About The Hullco Heritage Foundation
In 2012 The Hullco Heritage Foundation was created so that the Hullander Family, along with their Hullco Exteriors Family, could give back to the community. Supporting and giving to locally based charities was a key goal in creating this foundation. For families who have suffered the loss of a child, Hunter Worley Foundation offers both financial and spiritual assistance. The First Tee of Chattanooga strives to impact young people by providing educational and character building programs to promote healthy choices through the game of golf. For more information on The Hullco Heritage Foundation or the benefitting charities please visit

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