Shallotte, NC — ATMC recently donated the proceeds from their annual employee golf tournament to New
Hope Clinic, a nonprofit organization that provides free healthcare to uninsured or underinsured residents in
New Hope Clinic offers care five days per week at two locations in Brunswick County and serves more than
1,000 patients each year. ATMC donated more than $4,000 to be used to provide prescription drugs, basic
healthcare, and diagnostic services to low income and uninsured residents in Brunswick County.
“With healthcare costs increasing every year, many Brunswick County residents are finding it harder to pay for
basic healthcare services,” said Teresa Bennett, golf committee chairperson. “This contribution will go toward
supporting an organization that provides much needed services for so many in our community.” Bennett
added, “We truly appreciate the ATMC employees and Board Members who planned and participated in the
event as well as the local businesses that sponsored the tournament. Their support made it a success, and we
could not have done it without them.”
Through the success of the annual golf tournament, ATMC employees and their families have given back more
than $11,000 to local charities since 2015.
Pictured: L-R, ATMC CEO Keith Holden, New Hope Clinic Executive Director Sheila Roberts and ATMC Golf Tournament Committee
members Teresa Bennett and Mike Evans.
ATMC is a member-owned cooperative providing a multitude of communications services, including
telephone, business systems, wireless, Internet/Broadband, cable television service, and ATMC Security, in
Brunswick and Columbus Counties in southeastern North Carolina. ATMC is the largest communications
cooperative in North Carolina and one of the largest in the country. For more information on ATMC products
and services, visit atmc.com
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