This is a news release from The Greater Pinebelt Community Foundation
The Greater PineBelt Community Foundation will host a press conference at William Carey University at Wheeler Alumni House on September 10 at 10 AM to announce a $20,000 grant disbursement. The funds will help two William Carey University programs that enrich the lives of those with intellectual disabilities, the "Quality of Life Program" and the "Harnessing Adult's Full Potential Through Music Therapy" Program.
The donation gift, which was established through the Greater PineBelt Community Foundation's Ann Morris Memorial Fund, was created to help local organizations enrich the lives of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Participates will include Dr. Tommy King, President of William Carey University, Dr. Scott Hummel, Executive Vice President and Provost at William Carey University, Dr. Paul Cotten of William Carey University, Jim Pierce of William Carey University, Executive Director of The Greater PineBelt Community Foundation, Theresa Erickson, and Board Member with The Greater PineBelt Community Foundation, Paul Laughlin.
The Greater PineBelt Community Foundation is a non-profit organization that manages endowments and other forms of charitable giving.