Making a Difference

CHG partners with clients to serve veterans in Tennessee

This fall, CHG leaders strengthened relationships with 48 key clients at a charity fundraiser and golf tournament hosted by our corporate business development team.

The CHG Southern Swing Golf Tournament, held­ in Nashville, Tenn., benefitted Operation Stand Down Tennessee, an organization that provides veterans and their families with employment, housing and other support services.

Connecting with clients

“I really enjoyed the opportunity to connect with our clients and strengthen relationships in a less formal atmosphere,” explains Tyler Black, who was vice president of CompHealth allied health staffing at the time. “The event gave us a way to showcase our amazing people, as well as focus on making a difference.”

Giving back to the community

In addition to hitting a few rounds of golf together, attendees assembled more than 200 hygiene kits for veterans and wrote personal notes, thanking them for their service. A raffle, as well as opportunities to buy mulligans during the game, raised $2,000 for the cause.

“Several clients commented to me that they were grateful to have CHG thank them for their business and impressed to see us giving back to the community,” shares Steve McMahan, president of CompHealth permanent placement division. “It was a meaningful, high-impact event that showcased our core values and reinforced key client relationships.”

Directors from Operation Stand Down Tennessee expressed their gratitude to CHG for the money, which was more than they expected, and said that the hygiene kits and notes would bring a smile to the veterans they serve.


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