TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 50 employees of Dynamic Communities, the business management organization that supports technology-centric user groups and associations, volunteered their time on Tuesday, December 13th at Project Connect Nashville (PCN), an organization founded in 2013 to help disconnected individuals and families stuck in the cycle of poverty. PCN's mission is to help individuals and families build relationships and connect them to the faith community. PCN provides knowledge, skills, training, and encouragement through relationships and points them to the church that will walk with them through life's joys and struggles.
Dynamic Communities employees set out to Lexington Gardens, one of the poorest apartment complexes in Nashville to assist residents with laundry services. While there, the volunteers spent time getting to know the residents and their stories while the laundry was cycling. Volunteers also cleaned and applied fresh mulch to the Lexington Garden playground, where many young residents spend their time. Volunteers helped to trim greenery around the Lexington Garden apartment complex and weeded/winterized the apartment's community produce garden. The third group of volunteers helped to prepare the PCN offices for an open house taking place that Tuesday evening. The teams painted rooms at the office, helped to assemble furniture and cleaned to get the PCN offices ready for the public.
Dynamic Communities founder and CEO, Andy Hafer, also awarded PCN with a monetary donation to use towards their ministry and services.
"Dynamic Communities' most inspiring achievements are measured in many ways, but one of the most important ways is the volunteerism and generosity of our members and staff who are helping to improve the communities in which we work and live," said Andy Hafer, CEO and Founder of Dynamic Communities.
"Today, Dynamic Communities helped us to rebuild a facility so that we can better serve families in poverty in our community. These individuals live in deep disconnectedness and the teams at Dynamic Communities helped us to create a safe, warm, and inviting space so that we can assist these individuals with education and training so they can get jobs and get out of the cycle of poverty. We are really excited to have Dynamic Communities come and serve in this huge way and we are so appreciative and thankful for this relationship," said Alan Murdoch, the Executive Director of Project Connect Nashville.
To learn more about Project Connect Nashville and to find out how to get involved, visit: www.projectconnectnashville.org.
Dynamic Communities is the business management organization that supports technology-centric user groups and associations – providing necessary resources and business operations such as staff, systems and event production. Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, the two organizations maintain an intentional close working relationship so that our members can provide a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.
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