The Plateau Corvette Club made their annual Christmas donations to two local charities. Each year two charities are chosen by the club members. This year they chose Genesis House of Cookeville and Cumberland County Rescue Squad of Crossville.

Thanks to Lee Goldkopf and Laurie Kay for doing the research on local Charities and the two articles.

Thanks to Sam for the Photos

Presenting the Check is Lee Goldkopf to Danielle Girt of Genesis House with Michael Ingrassia

Genesis House mission statement is to promote the general welfare of victims of domestic and sexual violence by providing shelter, goods and services while helping them find safety in their lives and the self-sufficiency and healing needed to become independent. To this end, it is also our mission to enlighten the community in the dynamics of domestic and sexual abuse and its’ prevention by providing comprehensive educational programs.

Lee Goldkopf presenting a check to Kyle Hearndon of the Cumberland County Rescue Squad with Michael Ingrassia

The mission of Cumberland County Rescue Squad is to save lives and serve our citizens and the surrounding regions through advanced rescue operations, emergency support and community safety.

The Cumberland County Rescue Squad is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ran entirely by volunteers. The squad receives its funding for day to day operations and expenses from public donations, The City of Crossville, Cumberland County, and the United Fund. All money donated to the rescue squad is invested towards training & equipment so rescue squad is mission ready at all times 27/7/365.