A person does not reach the full circle of personal success until they consistently give their time and/or money to help those in need in their local community.
Oldsmar, FLA (PRWEB) May 29, 2012
Michael Pinson, founder of the Pinson Foundation, the charitable arm of Pinson Communications, announced today that a $2,000 grant was issued to Metropolitan Ministries.
“We are very happy that we could help support the Metropolitan Ministries with this grant. The weak economy has increased the homeless rate in our community and we all need to try our best to help those in need”, said Michael Pinson.
“Metropolitan Ministries would like to thank the Pinson Foundation for their gift. Through this donation, Metropolitan Ministries was able purchase much needed food items for our holiday efforts.” Tim Marks, president Metropolitan Ministries
When individuals and families need help, they turn to Metropolitan Ministries. Their organization finds compassion, hope, and answers to their specific situations. Metropolitan Ministries provides faithful answers for poor and homeless families living in our community through services that alleviate suffering, promote dignity, and instill self-sufficiency… as an expression of the ongoing ministry of Jesus Christ. The Ministries, a faith-based and community-supported non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, is funded through the charitable support of the community, including individuals, businesses, congregations, schools, foundations and civic groups.
A person does not reach the full circle of personal success until they consistently give their time and/or money to help those in need in their local community. The economy has been very tough since about 2008, and we thank our Foundation supporters and our customers at Pinson Communications who have made this possible, said Michael Pinson.
The Pinson Foundation is a small nonprofit charitable 501(c)3 organization that was founded in 2006. It is the charitable arm of Pinson Communications, Inc. The Foundation has no employees, pays no rent for office space, and is managed solely by volunteers. The Foundation helps primarily support local charitable causes. However, in January 2010, after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the Pinson Foundation reached outside the United States when it funded and led an eleven person surgical team to the country.