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Community Giving at Its Finest

With more than 39,000 members and 130 employees, Southeast Financial Credit Union has been serving members in Middle Tennessee communities and beyond since 1936. Providing traditional banking services including checking and savings accounts, auto and home loans, Southeast Financial is dedicated to helping members meet their current and future financial goals.

“We’ve been a proud member of the Franklin community since 2008 and will be celebrating our 10-year anniversary later this year,” says Jeff Dahlstrom, president at Southeast Financial. “Our hallmark is the great services we provide our members each and every day.”

But it doesn’t stop there. An important part of its mission as a financial services company is giving back to the communities they serve—by implementing the long-standing tradition of “people helping people.” And the upcoming 17th Annual Golf Classic is the granddaddy of giving back, a yearly fundraiser with all proceeds benefitting the Hope Clinic for Women and United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee.

You are cordially invited to participate in Southeast Financial’s Golf Classic Monday, Sept. 24, as they continue the heartfelt tradition of giving back to the communities they work with every day.

“We have partnered with Hope Clinic and UCP for many years and have found a great connection with these two organizations,” says John Jacoway, CEO at Southeast Financial. “Our golf classic is open to the community; absolutely no one will be turned away.”


17th Annual Southeast Financial Golf Classic

Monday, Sept. 24

 Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by the shotgun start at 1 p.m.

There are numerous ways to participate in the Southeast Financial Golf Classic. One option is by entering as a four-person scramble. Simply register by Aug. 31, and enter promo code EARLYBIRD. You will save $50 for an end-cost of $850. Beginning Sept. 1, the cost for the four-person scramble is $900.

The Southeast Financial Golf Classic also offers sponsorships from as low as $500. Additional sponsorships for lunch, dinner, gift bags and more are also available. Please visit the event website at for complete registration and sponsorship information.

For questions and additional information on the 17th Annual Golf Classic or to become a valued member of Southeast Financial Credit Union, please contact the Southeast Financial Marketing department at 615.465.5461 or

About Hope Clinic for Women

Hope Clinic for Women is a faith-based organization serving women and couples dealing with a broad range of difficult issues, including pregnancy loss (miscarriage, infant death, stillbirth, abortion, failed IVF and adoption-related loss), unplanned pregnancy, postpartum depression, and female and male concerns (relationships, sexual abuse, boundaries and self-esteem).

The clinic also provides safe and confidential medical care, professional counseling, education and mentorship without regard to age, race, religion or ability to pay. Professional female and male counselors can help individuals identify specific concerns, process feelings, enhance communication and implement positive behaviors.

“Hope Clinic continues to work on behalf of women and families in our community due to the generosity of Southeast Financial Credit Union,” says Jessica Williams, event and marketing coordinator at Hope Clinic at Women. “We have been blessed to have a long-standing partnership with them and look forward to many more.”

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About United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee

United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee serves the state with programs targeted to advance the independence and full citizenship of people with disabilities. It provides services to individuals of all ages who have a variety of disabilities with a focus on those that primarily affect mobility. These services include medical care, professional counseling, education and mentorship.

For more than 60 years, UCP’s mission has been to advance the independence and productivity of people with disabilities. It has significantly impacted the lives of millions, helping them to gain confidence, self-esteem and live life without limits.

“Southeast Financial Credit Union is a reliable and generous partner with United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee,” says Deana Claiborne, executive director of UCP of Middle Tennessee. “Throughout the years, funds raised by Southeast Financial employees, sponsors and golf tournament participants helped us build 114 wheelchair ramps on to the homes of people with disabilities throughout Tennessee. They have helped us provide thousands of wheelchairs, walkers, bath aids and other items of durable medical equipment to people with severe disabilities who could not otherwise pay for the equipment through insurance or other resources.”

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