Wells Fargo Donates $20,000
Wells Fargo, ADTS and City officials attended the official donation presentation at the construction site on Wednesday, May 4, 2016.
(Reidsville, N.C.) Aging, Disability & Transit Services of Rockingham County is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 gift from Wells Fargo to support the Bridge To A Golden Future Campaign for the new Senior Center/Adult Day-Health facility.
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 25,000-sq-ft. facility located at 102 N. Washington Avenue in Reidsville that will serve older adults throughout the aging process.
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 and the LEAF (Life Enrichment and Friendship) Center - adult day/health program.
“We are pleased to support the ADTS and this important campaign,” said Jerry Bailey, Business Banking manager and market president for Wells Fargo. “This connects directly with the vision and values of our company. We take pride in supporting Rockingham County. Our goal is to help build strong and vibrant communities, improve the quality of life, and make a positive difference.”
“We are delighted to receive this generous gift from Wells Fargo” noted Cathy Powers, ADTS Executive Director. “Community partners are critical to the success and sustainability of our services and we are grateful for all those donors who invest in construction of the Depot – it will be a tremendous asset for community.”
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For more information about fundraising possibilities, contact Julie Talbert, Development Officer, ADTS, at 336-394-1313 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.