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  • 2015 Employee Charitable Giving Campaign

Impact of Giving

  • $60 donated to the American Red Cross could help one person learn CPR or life-saving skills.
  • $60 donated to Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America will send an underserved youth to Cub Scout Day Camp.
  • $60 donated to the Cannon County REACH Program will give a child a snack per day for 180 days.
  • $6/week donated to CASA of Rutherford County will fund the services of a CASA volunteer for one deserving child for a year.
  • $3/week donated to Community Food Partners of Second Harvest will purchase 15 pounds of food a week, enough for 24 meals.
  • $1/week donated to Community Helpers of Rutherford County would pay an average monthly water bill.
  • $3/week donated to The Crisis Center will cover the cost of 6 calls to the Crisis Line.
  • $3/week donated to Discovery Center at Murfree Spring provides two families with free admission for a year.
  • $1/week donated to Domestic Violence Program, Inc. provides a 24-hour shelter stay for a victim of domestic violence and her children, including toiletries, food, counseling and case management.
  • $6/week donated to Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee provides a summer camp scholarship for one Girl Scout or provide funding for one Girl Scout for an entire year.
  • $3/week donated to Mid-Cumberland HRA's Meals on Wheels will provide home delivered meals Monday through Friday to a senior for 10 weeks.
  • $9/week donated to Project Help will purchase a set of classroom tumble forms for children to learn positioning, fine motor activities, and neuro-and sensory developmental training.
  • $3/week donated to The Salvation Army, Family and Emergency Shelter Program will provide 62 meals for a homeless person or family.
  • $3/week donated to the West Main Mission will:
    • provide 90 meals through an emergency food box;
    • provide shelter for a stranded transient family in a motel for 3 nights;
    • prevent a family from being evicted because they could not pay the month's rent;
    • keep the heat on in winter for a family that did not make enough to pay the extremely high utility bill for a month.

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