top of page

Recovery Quest Draws Over 500, Raises 27k

The event had overwhelming community support (Photo: Brandy Harter)

September 27, 2021

The Quintenn Clark Foundation hosted its inaugural Recovery Quest event on September 18, 2021.

Over 500 people came out to Riverbluff Park in Ashland City to support the foundation's efforts to bring awareness to overdose and raise money so they can help provide financial support to families facing the trials of addiction.

Out of the $27,000 raised, the foundation is now able to create an endowment at the ARCH Academy in the name of Quintenn Clark who passed away in March of this year. The endowment will be allocated for patient funds through Cumberland Heights in Nashville to assist young men that cannot otherwise afford rehabilitation services.

"The ARCH Academy is dear to our hearts, as Quintenn attended their program in 2019," say Tonya Mullins Garton and Anthony Clark, Quintenn's parents. "He also received his high school diploma while there, and wanted nothing more than to serve and give back to the program that he loved so much."

Tonya Mullins Garton and Anthony Clark (Photo: Brandy Harter)

"We would like to thank all of our sponsors, vendors, musical guests, speakers, and everyone who came out to the event," Clark adds. "The amount of support displayed by our community was nothing less than outstanding."


bottom of page