Mon Health System

Mon Health Medical Center Foundation raises $80K at golf classic

The Mon Health Medical Center Foundation raised $80,000 at its 16th Invitational Golf Classic sponsored by WVRC Media earlier this week. 

As a part of the Bill Hennessey Golf Series at the  Pete Dye Golf Club in Bridgeport,  the 16th Invitational Golf Classic hosted 116 golfers in support of the critical needs of Mon Health Medical Center.  

Tournament sponsor was WVRC Media and Platinum sponsors were AT&T, PNC Bank and Radiological Physician Associates Inc.   

“This event is one we look forward to every year. It is a great time of golf and philanthropy, and we are so grateful for the support of our sponsors who made this event a reality,” said Luella Gunter, executive director of Philanthropy at Mon Health System. “Through the generosity of our donors, we were able to raise significant funds in support of various projects for the benefit of Mon Health Medical Center and the patients we serve.”  

The second event in the Bill Hennessey Golf Series is the DeLynn Memorial Golf Classic set for Aug. 5 at Pete Dye. Registration for the event is open and sponsorships are now being accepted.  

For more information, contact Luella Gunter at

The Mon Health Medical Center Foundation supports the mission of Mon Health System to enhance the health of the community it serves, one person at a time. Through charitable donations, the foundation continues to progress the lives of Mon Health’s patients and colleagues through unique programs, upgrades to facilities and specialized equipment.  

To learn more about the Mon Health Medical Center Foundation or to make a donation, visit 

Mon Health System is an integrated network of physician clinics, outpatient centers and hospitals in north-central West Virginia. It includes five hospitals — its flagship, Mon Health Medical Center in Morgantown; Mon Health Preston Memorial Hospital in Kingwood; Mon Health Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston; Mon Health Marion Neighborhood Hospital in White Hall; and affiliate, Grafton City Hospital in Grafton.