BB&T Makes $20,000 Donation
(Reidsville, N.C.) The Bridge To A Golden Future Campaign is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 gift from BB&T for The Depot – Senior/Adult Day Center currently under construction in Reidsville.
In 2014 The City of Reidsville and ADTS entered into a collaborative partnership to support Rockingham County’s growing senior population and their families. The city is constructing a first-of-its-kind in North Carolina, facility located at 102 N. Washington Avenue in Reidsville that will serve older adults throughout the aging continuum. The new facility called The Depot – Rockingham County’s Destination for Active Aging, will house Reidsville’s Senior Center and ADTS’s signature programs, Meals With Friends - congregate nutrition, the LEAF (Life Enrichment and Friendship) Center - adult day services program and Meals On Wheels pick up site. The Depot construction is scheduled for completion in early October.
Mark Collins BB&T Senior Vice President and John Kolessar BB&T Vice President shared “BB&T is committed to working with local agencies in the communities we serve and we are glad to join in this unique opportunity. Projects like the Depot not only provide great services for Rockingham County, it’s also just plain good business.”
Reidsville Mayor Jay Donecker noted “Community partners like BB&T are vital to making Reidsville and Rockingham County a great place to live. As one of the nation’s premier financial institutions, we are thrilled to have them join our campaign and we greatly appreciate their support.” Cathy Powers, ADTS Executive Director added, “We are grateful to BB&T for this generous gift. Having worked with them as a corporate partner, I know from personal experience how important the citizens of Rockingham County are to the bank, their local staff and leadership. We are fortunate to have them.”
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