What is Magnolia Foundation?
Magnolia Foundation was created in 1980 with a purpose of supporting our hospital. Since that time Magnolia Foundation has expanded its mission to include not only the needs of Magnolia Regional Health Center, but also other community initiatives that focus on a better quality of life of the citizens of our local communities.
Magnolia Foundation is proud to have been awarded the GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency. Learn more about us by clicking on the seal to the right.
Vision, Mission & Values
- Our Vision: To create a culture of philanthropy that will transform the lives of our communities and our donors
- Our Mission: We work to ensure a future of good health and quality of life, right here at home
- Our Values:
- Stewardship – Trustworthy guardian and administrator of the possessions of the Magnolia Foundation, to always be managed within the scope of the Mission and to the benefit of the focus areas as designated by the Board of Directors.
- Giving – Request for voluntarily monetary support, community assistance and support and the issuance of funds to benefit the focus areas as designated by the Board of Directors.
- Benevolence – Practice the traits of goodwill, kindness and compassion
- Leadership – Become a strong guidance in the community toward positive initiatives for the good health of the people.
Featured Event: 16th Annual Dr. Mark S. Wells Memorial Golf Classic
2023 marks the 16th year that we have hosted our annual golf tournament in memory of Dr. Mark S. Wells at Shiloh Ridge Golf Course in Corinth.
Featured Project: Blessings & Blankets Homeless Bags
We were excited to be able to partner with the Corinth-Alcorn Assistance Agency on their Hands Up! Blessings and Blankets for Homeless Bags project. The Corinth-Alcorn Assistance Agency is a local non-profit organization that is recognized as being a resource organization that serves our community’s low-income families, the elderly and the disabled who have nowhere else to turn for emergency assistance. The Blessings and Blankets for Homeless Bags (pictured below) consist of a duffle bag, thermal blanket, hats, gloves, socks, miscellaneous toiletries and food. Magnolia Foundation’s funding of this project will serve 50 individuals with a few needed essential items and a connection with this organization that can provide them with resources for guidance, support and direction in an effort to become more self-sufficient individuals. All of this great work is being done in OUR communities, right here at home.
Pictured above left to right: Stacy Brooks, CAAA Executive Director, Bonnie Bell, CAAA Treasurer, Tracy Moore, Magnolia Foundation Executive Director, Vicki Mullins, CAAA Secretary, Tina Bugg, CAAA President, Robin Baker, CAAA Board Member, Beverly Shanks, CAAA Board Member. Not pictured: Kim Ratliff, CAAA VP, and Heather Russell, Tracy Hopkins, Christian Valeary, CAAA Board Members.
For more information please contact:
Executive Assistant to CEO/Magnolia Foundation Executive Director
611 Alcorn Drive
Corinth, MS 38834