We are so thankful for the ways that PTM supporters find creative ways to give to PTM! Unique in-kind gifts make it possible for PTM to accomplish things that may not have otherwise been possible. Here are a few examples of ways
that PTM has been the recipient of creative giving in the past few weeks…
Rio Grande Fence Company chose PTM as the recipient of their Good Friday Service Project and built a fence around the PTM property and playgrounds. This project saved PTM an expense of over $25,000 and provided PTM with a professional, branded, safe fence around the property!
At a time when masks are necessary for programming but hard to come by, Jade Sampson (leading a team from Dressed for the Test) and Cara Deese (along with members of the Junior League of Nashville) collected and made over 300 masks for PTM students, staff and volunteers to wear during summer programming, not only allowing PTM to remain covered, but to offer reusable and fun options to choose from!
Pictured here standing next to a mountain of paper goods Westminster Presbyterian Church members collected supplies needed for summer programming, including a stockpile of toilet paper, paper towels, hand sanitizer, cleaning products and more!
Thank you to Rio Grande, Dressed for the Test, Junior League of Nashville, and Westminster Presbyterian Church for the creative ways you made sure we were ready for a safe and fun summer!