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Chapman Partnership receives $100,000 from BB&T Bank to help the homeless
Chapman Partnership announces the receipt of a donation of $100,000 from BB&T Bank to support the nonprofit organization’s work of providing holistic services to help the homeless.
MIAMI, Fla. – Chapman Partnership announced Thursday the receipt of a donation of $100,000 from BB&T Bank to support the nonprofit organization’
"Chapman Partnership is exceedingly blessed, and extremely proud and grateful, to have the strong support and involvement of BB&T Bank and its local city executive and Senior Vice President Rob Bowlby,” Trish Bell, chairman of the board, said.
Besides financial sponsorship, bank employees volunteer to serve food to the homeless at the Chapman Partnership assistance centers. Last year, BB&T volunteers also painted dormitories and replaced storage lockers and bed linens at the North Center in downtown Miami.
“These contributions to help the homeless get back on their feet and Rob Bowlby's substantial leadership presence on our board of directors sets an extremely high standard for community service by one of our City's leading corporate citizens," Bell said.
About Chapman Partnership
Chapman Partnership operates two Homeless Assistance Centers with 800 beds located in Miami and Homestead. We help the homeless by providing a comprehensive support program that includes emergency shelter, meals, health, dental and psychiatric care, day care, job training, job placement and assistance with securing stable housing. At Chapman Partnership we empower homeless men, women and children to build a positive future by providing the resources and assistance critical to growth and independence. To learn more about Chapman Partnership, please visit chapmanpartnership.org