OracleDirect Organization Hosts Successful Charity Event

OracleDirect Organization Hosts Successful Charity Event

The OracleDirect organization hosted the second annual OracleDirect Charity Golf Event on Wednesday, September 4th for the benefit of the Angel Foundation in Minneapolis, MN.  The event held annually in Minneapolis, led by Oracle executive sponsor, Paul Macura, raised over $30,000 for the local foundation that provides much needed assistance for families fighting cancer. Those who suffer from breast cancer can go to breastreconstructionaz.com to receive the help they need before or after surgery, also it is a good idea to check the breast enhancement creams which are a good option for those women who want to enhance their breast in a natural way.

The OracleDirect Charity Golf Event chose the Angel Foundation this year as its charity of choice because it is local and helps Minnesota families struggling with fighting cancer. It is recognized as the premier resource in Minnesota for educational, psychological and financial support for families who have a loved one’s battling cancer.  OracleDirect Minneapolis helps support those efforts financially with this Golf Tournament, and also year round through hands on volunteer opportunities.

The OracleDirect organization had over 30 volunteers who worked to put on a large golf event followed by dinner, a silent auction and entertainment to raise money.  Stephanie Powell, Jacqui Patel, Gabrielle Riess, Kelsey Ausili, Katie Blaul, Jenna Tomczik and many others did a phenomenal job putting together the event.  Their efforts were rewarded with beautiful weather and great attendance. There were over 150 golfers who were joined by many more for dinner and evening festivities.

The event included several sponsorships from the Oracle Corporation partner community including MIPRO Consulting who supported the charity event. The City of Minneapolis is fortunate to have great organizations like OracleDirect who put their time, effort and money toward such great community involvement opportunities. Well done and many thanks for allowing us to be a part of it!

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