MONTGOMERY, Ala. (December 19, 2017) — The
Season of Giving can be a busy and one Montgomery company wants to make sure
people and kids in need don’t get left out. On Giving Tuesday in November,
Turenne & Associates turned to its employees to help provide items for two
local organizations in need. The healthcare service company had a coat and
blanket drive for the Mid-Alabama Coalition for the Homeless (MACH) and a book
drive for Gathered by Grace’s Little Libraries program. The company was able to
personally present their large boxes filled with their donations during a
presentation at their home office Friday.
“We are so proud of our employees and
other members of the Turenne Family of Companies who helped make these
donations possible,” said Jeremy Alphord, Turenne vice president of marketing.
“Giving Tuesday is more than just about one day and over the few weeks of these
drives, we have had so many people open up their hearts and share that we
MACH has worked in the community more
than 20 years to provide resources for the homeless and shelters. The coalition
of organizations provide housing assistance, street outreach for homeless, and
data collection/management about the homeless. The blankets and outerwear MACH
collect are distributed to the homeless during their annual street count of the
“There’s definitely a need,” Donovan
McGuire of MACH said about the donation. “Something like this brings us
together as a community and that’s the biggest thing about it –helping each
Serving the Montgomery and Tuskegee,
Alabama areas, Gathered by Grace (GBG) is a ministry that works to engage young
adults in serving their community. The ministry has been given grants to bring
Little Libraries to underserved areas that may not have free public libraries
that are nearby or where access to newer reading materials is limited. The
small “library” cases hold new and gently used books that can be borrowed free
of charge at any time.
“Every child and adult that wants
access to reading materials should have it, regardless of their location or
socio-economic standing,” said Rev. Tiffany C. Chaney, pastor of Gathered by
Grace. “Our hope is to expose local readers to a wealth of enlightening
subjects and stories.”
Photo: Donation presentation (L to R): Donovan McGuire of MACH; Jeremy Alphord, Vice President of Marketing; Rev. Tiffany C. Chaney, Pastor of Gathered by Grace; and Elizabeth Williams, member of Gathered by Grace.
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