Trinity Falls has donated $1,000 to assist single mothers as part of the community’s Shred, White and Blue event in July.
Piles of paperwork and other unwanted documents were destroyed at the event while people enjoyed complimentary ice cream, live music by Philip Brumley and other activities at The Club in Trinity Falls. Proceeds from the event were earmarked for Shiloh Place in McKinney.
“We are so pleased to be able to help this amazing organization, which works to assist homeless, single mothers,” said Jim Baker, general manager of Trinity Falls. “Our Shred, White and Blue event raised $300 and Trinity Falls kicked in another $700 for a total donation of $1,000.”
Co-sponsoring the event was Out of the Box Networking.
“My husband and I are passionate about giving back to the community,” said Chelsea Amaya with Out of the Box. “We want to build a legacy for our family and be intentional about how we do it. If we can help Shiloh Place monetarily, they can do so much more. And that’s a victory for us.”
Shiloh Place provides single mothers with housing, childcare and tuition for up to two years with the goal of helping them become self-sufficient.
“We are thrilled to receive such a generous donation,” said Ashleigh Fanning, ?Development Manager at Shiloh Place. “We had a wonderful time at the event and the money raised will help advance our mission to end the cycle of poverty for our Shiloh moms and their children.”
Trinity Falls holds fundraisers for McKinney-area charities several times a year.
Named the 2016 “Master-Planned Community of the Year” by the Dallas Builders Association, Trinity Falls offers buyers a range of home choices priced from the lower $300,000s.
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