Doctors for Health Communities facilitated a generous donation of washers and dryers from General Electric (GE) Appliances for JCPS Camp Taylor and Audubon Traditional Elementary Schools with heartfelt assistance by Metro United Way. The first washer and dryer set was delivered to Camp Taylor on Thursday, April 22nd. These appliances will be used to meet the school children’s laundry needs. Special thanks to Tim Sanders and Theresa Burridge (Metro United Way) and Katina Whitlock (GE Appliances) for their compassionate support for these schools in meeting all the needs of the students.
GE Appliances is based in Louisville, Kentucky and is renowned for its home equipment and community partnerships.
Tiffany C. Bolling, M.S.CJ, M.S.Ed., Family Resource Coordinator of Camp Taylor/Audubon Traditional Elementary Schools wrote the following message:
“Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) is blessed to have community and corporate sponsors and partnerships such as GE and DHC for the betterment of our students and families. I am forever grateful for the opportunity to receive a much needed donation and support for our schools. Your empathy and continuous volunteerism sets the standard for community relationships throughout our district. Thanks again for always thinking of us.”