The All Fore One Dunwoody committee recently presented $35,000 to Dunwoody High School and the Game On Campaign.
Proceeds from the third annual event were divided between the two groups, allowing All Fore One Dunwoody to contribute to both academic enrichment and capital improvement at Dunwoody High School. All Fore One presented $20,000 to Game On and $15,000 to DHS Principal Priscilla Cole for the purchase of powerful laptops, which will support the CTAE program.
“With the support of more than 65 donors and sponsors, as well as nearly 150 participants, [All Fore One] was able to host our most successful event this year,” said event chair Julia LeDoyen. “All Fore One is very pleased to have gifted $85,000 for academic and capital enrichments over the last three years.”
All Fore One Dunwoody is a non-profit organization comprised entirely of unpaid volunteers who have children who attend or reside in the Dunwoody High School cluster.
“Our mission is to host a community event that celebrates the wonderful relationships that we share in Dunwoody,” LeDoyen said. “We also support our public school with the proceeds from our event because we believe that strong and successful schools are critical to maintaining a stable community.”
The Game On campaign is currently fundraising to complete the concession stand project at the high school. This project includes restrooms, a press box and concession area. Presently, there are no permanent restrooms available near the fields on Dunwoody High School.
High school students and teachers will benefit from portable laptop computers due to classroom space being strained by high enrollment numbers. Laptops enable instruction to occur in classrooms that are not hardwired with desktop computers.
Dr. Bret Freeman and Village Orthodontics were the presenting sponsor for the third annual All Fore One Golf and Tennis Event, held at Dunwoody Country Club on Oct. 7.