Our Sponsors

Thank You to the 2015 Teacher’s PET Fun Run Sponsors

The 2015 Fourth Annual Teacher’s PET Fun Run held on August 22nd cleared just over $11,000. PET is grateful to everyone who made the day special: the runners, the families and friends cheering on the runners, the volunteers, and of course, the generous sponsors who are listed below.

Assured Comfort Heating and Air Services – Overall Event Sponsor

MembersFirst Credit Union – Overall Event Sponsor

BioLife Plasma Services – Platinum Sponsor

Southern A & E – Gold Sponsor

ValuTeachers – Gold Sponsor

Bank of North Georgia – Silver Sponsor

Brian Fortner/District Attorney – Silver Sponsor

Douglas County Farm Bureau – Silver Sponsor

Edward Jones/Rocky Clay – Silver Sponsor

Enterprise Car Sales – Silver Sponsor

Fast-Fix Jewelry and Watch Repairs – Silver Sponsor

i9 Sports – Silver Sponsor

Print Design Promote – Silver Sponsor

RA-LIN – Silver Sponsor

Sissy Bunch – Bronze Sponsor

Douglasville Ace Hardware – Bronze Sponsor

Marketplace Ministries – Bronze Sponsor

Sherry McKinley – Bronze Sponsor

Thank you, too, to KonaIce for donating 20% of their sales from the event and to Kroger on Hospital Drive in Douglasville and WalMart on Thornton Road in Lithia Springs for their in-kind product donations.

Businesses Named “Friends of the Foundation”

PET was pleased to recognize three local businesses as “Friends of the Foundation” for their very generous ongoing financial support of PET. “Friends of the Foundation” in the business category are Assured Comfort Heating and Air Services, GreyStone Power Corporation, and MembersFirst Credit Union.

In the photo below taken at the April 22, 2015 PET Recognition Reception, Board Chair Lynne T. Cole poses with Jerry Hall, Assured Comfort Heating and Air Services, Tim Williams and Gary Miller, GreyStone Power Corporation, and Angie Holland, MembersFirst Credit Union. PET is grateful for the support provided by these outstanding businesses.

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PET Honors Three Individuals As “Friends of the Foundation”

As a volunteer-driven organization, PET relies on support from community-minded leaders to fulfill its mission. The Board recognized three of these leaders as “2015 Friends of the Foundation” in the individual category: CPA Clair Eskew, Kenny Duncan, and Dr. Sherri Hintz, each of whom has volunteered countless hours of service to PET. Mr. Eskew is a financial advisor for the Board, and Mr. Duncan and Dr. Hintz coordinate the Annual Teacher’s PET Fun Run. In the photo, Mr. Eskew poses with PET Executive Director Lynn L. Murray at the April 22 Recognition Reception.

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PET Receives Generous Grant from Assured Comfort

PET recently received a generous $2,500 contribution from Jerry Hall and Assured Comfort Heating and Air Services. Mr. Hall is a member of the PET Board and a great friend of the Douglas County School System. Here, he presents his contribution to PET Board Chair Lynne T. Cole.

 

Hall Check Presentation

Gold’s Gym is a Proud Sponsor of PET
page5-img2The Public Education Trust of Douglas County was proud to receive a generous contribution from Tom Butler, of Gold’s Gym, on behalf of the teachers and children in the County. With the support of sponsors like these, we can make a real difference in the the lives of children right here at home. Gold’s Gym offered a $300 Leadership Scholarship to a graduating senior from each of the high schools in the Douglas County School System.
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Douglas County School System Staff Put Children First
The employees of the Douglas county school system put their money back into kids by alloting a portion of their payroll to the Public education Trust. In fact, the payroll deduction is the largest single revenue stream for the Public Education Trust. Thank you to all of the employees that put education first every day.
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 GreystoneFoundationTHE GREYSTONE POWER FOUNDATION, INC. STEPS UP TO PARTNER WITH THE PUBLIC EDUCATION TRUST IN DOUGLAS COUNTY
The GreyStone Power Foundation’s generous support of the Public Education Trust means that deserving seniors receive some of the assistance they need to attend college. Every dollar puts these kids a step closer to receiving a valuable education. Visit GreyStone Power today for more information on the foundation.
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membersfirstlogoMEMBERSFIRST CREDIT UNION OFFERS SUPPORT TO THE CHILDREN OF DOUGLAS COUNTY
The MembersFirst Credit Union is a proud sponsor of PETVisit MembersFirst for more information.

If you are interested in making a donation or learning more about the Public Education Trust, Inc., please contact PET Executive Director Lynn L. Murray at 770-883-6337 or douglaspetfoundation@gmail.com