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December 16, 2013

‘Stuff the Bus” with food, toys and cash to benefit local charities

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The Reda Home Builders team in tandem with local mortgage lenders Lori Mahaffey and Rachael Rainey and locl Realtors Diane Martin, Joy Evers and Roland Woodworth have stepped up to organize the 1st Annual Stuff The Bus Campaign on December 16 from 8 a.m. through 6 p.m. December 17.

The Clarksville Transit System will bring the Reda Home Builders bus over to Movement Mortgage at 3402 Cainlo Drive, Ste. 600 for this event. The bus will sit in the parking lot for two days to collect toys, food and monetary donations for the Clarksville community.

The team has made contacts with local organizations in town to accept and distribute the donations collected during this event. The local Salvation Army and other charitable organization in Clarksville are slated to receive the toys that are collected while food donations will be given to the Manna Cafe Ministries here in Clarksville to support and feed the homeless in Clarksville.
Finally, the monetary donations will go to help feed Clarksville Montgomery County School children through the F.U.E.L. Kids Program. If it wasn’t for this program many children would not have food to eat at home after they leave school.
Every dollar collected ads up to meet the end goal. The team has issued a challenge to local realtors and builders alike. Reda will match the monetary donations up to $5,000.
If you would like to make donations and can’t make it to the Tiny Town Road location, there will be a 2nd location for collection at Reda Auto Sales at 510 N. 2nd Street, during business hours.

To volunteer your time or for more details and information, please call 931-648-8182


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