7-Eleven Franchise Owner’s Association Southern California Donates $20,711 To Los Angeles Children’s Hospital
August 15, 2013 (City of Industry, CA) – The 7-Eleven Franchise Owner’s Association Southern California (FOASC) donated $20,711 to the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital yesterday. The donation comes from proceeds from the 27th Annual FOASC Charity Golf Tournament sponsored and organized by the FOASC and held at the Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palm Resorts on August 14. 7-Eleven vendors, members of the FOASC, corporate donors and individuals all participated in the golf outing by paying a fee to participate, proceeds of which went toward the donation. The formal presentation of the check was made to Sara Hackett, Senior Associate Director, Cause Partnerships and Cause Marketing at the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital.
“The 7-Eleven family of Franchise Owners Associations has a long history of giving back to the communities in which we live and work,” stated Nick Bhullar, FOA Southern California President. “So many families, like mine, are grateful for the work of the dedicated doctors, specialists, nurses and others who make Children’s Hospital Los Angeles an exceptionally important place in our community. Giving back to the hospital and the dedicated men and women who perform miracles there every day is a privilege and honor,” Bhullar concluded. “We are thrilled to accept this donation from the FOASC,” stated Sara Hackett, Senior Associate Director, Cause Partnerships and Cause Marketing at the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital. “This donation will be used to provide for the life-saving and life-serving needs of the hospital and allows us to continue providing excellent care to those we serve,” she concluded.
About the Southern California FOA
Established in 1978, the 7-Eleven Franchise Owners Association Southern California (FOASC) represents over 370 stores employing over 2,000 individuals throughout Southern California and is a part of the National Coalition of Associations of 7-Eleven Franchisees which in turn represents almost 4,700 convenience store owners whose nearly 5,900 franchise-owned stores employ almost 40,000 workers.