Tampa Fl (PRWEB) July 24, 2012
ColDesi, Inc. – nationally recognized leader in apparel decoration equipment – recently supported a mission trip to Uganda for Digital Products Manager Don Copeland and his family.
Donations of blankets, clothing, books & school supplies were collected and distributed to the children in three separate Sozo Children (http://www.sozochildren.org/) homes as well as at Rays of Hope School (http://www.sozochildren.org/-rays-of-hope) in one of the poorest slums of Kampala, Uganda.
Don and his wife, Susie, and daughter, Courtney, along with 9 others from Bridgepoint Church in St. Petersburg, Florida, spent their time in Uganda doing chores with the Sozo house mothers & fathers, doing construction, organizing supplies, helping with school work, painting, and, most importantly, spending time with the children of Sozo & Rays of Hope.
“We often get so caught up in the day to day grind here in the United States and forget how fortunate we are. Don’s mission trip was a great opportunity for ColDesi to be involved in helping those who are less fortunate and at the same time provide an amazing experience for Don & his family, especially his teenage daughter, Courtney.” said Scott Colman, President of Tampa-based ColDesi, Inc.
ColDesi, Inc. is a family owned equipment provider that offers solutions for apparel decorators, including, the industry leading DTG line of Direct to Garment Printers, SWF Commercial Embroidery Machines, CAMS Rhinestone Machines as well as screen printing solutions from M & R. All ColDesi equipment purchases include free training and lifetime, toll-free technical support.
About ColDesi, Inc.
ColDesi, Inc. is a Tampa, FL based apparel decoration equipment provider specializing in leading edge equipment and world class training and service. The exclusive United States distributor for DTG and CAMS brands, and East Coast Distributor for SWF Embroidery Machines,
About Sozo Children
Sozo Children is a privately run non-profit organization that reaches out to the “throw away” children of Uganda and offers them a safe, stable place to live, education, medical attention and most importantly love. Sozo Children is 100% supported by donations. To learn more about Sozo Children visit http://www.sozochildren.org/
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