Nashville Predators Foundation Awards Friends of TSB their 8th Grant
In May of 2015, representatives and students from TSB joined the Nashville Predator's Foundation and 88 other organizations at the Bridgestone Arena for a very exciting day! Friends of TSB was awarded a $6,368.00 grant for the purchase of new goal ball equipment for TSB. Two aluminum goal ball frames and visor eyeshades for the sudents will be purchased soon for this very popular and important sport to TSB students. Our sincere thanks to the Nashville Predators Foundation for their continued support and generosity to the Middle Tennessee community of non-profits!
Left to right:
Predators Assistant Coach, Kevin McCarthy
TSB goal ball coach, Patrick Hector
TSB senior, Chris Cook
Friends of TSB Vice President, Ralph Brewer
Predators Assistant Coach Phil Housley
TSB senior, Alyssa Loggins
Friends of TSB Grant Coordinator, Pat Galvin
Nashville Predator's Foundation Grant Presentation - 2013
For the seventh time, the Nashville Predators Foundation presented Friends of TSB with a grant to assist with financing new roller skates for the students to be used in physical therapy and recreation. TSB students also benefit annually from the Predators Community Relations Program "Give & Go," which provides free tickets for students to attend home hockey games. Since 1998, the Predators Foundation has awarded in excess of $2 million in financial grants to Nashville and Middle Tennessee community service and charitable organizations. Between the grants and other charitable donations, such as player ticket programs and fundraising efforts, the Foundation has made a significant impact on the community.
The Nashville Predators Foundation presents a grant check to Jim Oldham, President of Friends; along with Dr. Martin Monson and Dr. Kim Walker of TSB, and TSB students.
You can read more about the work of the Nashville Predators Foundation by visiting their website.
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