Kymari House receives $3K grant from Middle Tennessee Electric SharingChange

Staff Reports • Updated Nov 25, 2016 at 5:00 PM

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.’s SharingChange recently donated $3,000 of its funds to Kymari House.

“At Kymari House, we believe there is nothing more precious than family, and no one more important than children.” said Tonya Hobbs, executive director and co-founder of Kymari House. “Your donation through SharingChange helps us put that philosophy to work for our community’s most vulnerable, and for that, we cannot thank you enough.”  

Kymari House is a nonprofit founded to provide services in Middle Tennessee to ensure that children can maintain a positive bond with absent parents during times of conflict, but do so in a safe, child-friendly environment. 

In 2016, MTEMC’s charitable organization has given more than $638,000 to 102 organizations across its four-county service area. The receiving organizations use the funds to assist MTEMC members and their families during their times of need.  The grants are funded through donated monies, which are administered by the SharingChange board.  

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp. is a member-owned nonprofit cooperative that provides electricity to nearly 215,000 residential and business members in Cannon, Rutherford, Williamson and Wilson counties.

For more information, log on to sharingchange.org or call 615-494-1065.


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