Community Child Guidance Clinic is Presented with Gift from IT Direct in Support of New Transportation Service
Since 1959, the Community Child Guidance Clinic in Manchester has been assisting and supporting children with emotional and behavioral issues. They provide a special education day school and a system of child and family-focused mental health services, including early intervention programs, educational services, home-based interventions, and outpatient services.
IT Direct’s gift is in support of their new transportation service, which will be rolling out to students who attend the CCGC School this fall. This win-win-win initiative not only benefits CCGC by further diversifying revenue streams, but also the school districts that will save money, and most importantly, the students and families who will now have access to safer transportation that better meets their unique needs.
A little about our company: We are an independent professional wrestling company based out of Oshkosh WI. We started in 2013 running small shows and have grown to be the largest independent wrestling company in Wisconsin. Once a year we run a wrestling convention called Water City Wrestling Con which brings in former WWE, WCW, and ECW stars for a large autograph session followed by a full wrestling show. Part of that show is the Evil Roy Slades Battle Royal. It is a match where the competitors are thrown over the top rope to get eliminated from the match. The last one in the ring wins. We have utilized the big check as a vital part of the match to show what the winner receives. They then go on display at our wrestling training academy in Oshkosh.
www.ACWWisconsin.com and www.Facebook.com/ACWWisconsin are the best places to find information and photos from past events and about the company.
Willow Springs Chapter Lions Club’s donation to the Good Samaritan Clinic using their dry erase check
This customer surprised her mom with a Christmas present of money displayed on a large check.
Here’s a donation being made to Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento using a Dry Erase Check.
West Omaha Martial Arts displaying their donation to Project Pink’d using a PVC Dry Erase Check with their logo added.
“PRMI presented the La Grange Kentucky Main Street program with a $2,500 check on Nov. 24. The money will be used to paint murals around Main Street, including outside the Main Street Welcome Center. Artist Mike Prather will draw the artwork, while special needs students at Oldham County High School will paint the murals.”
Click here to view the full news article of PRMI’s donation.
Gaston County DHHS Social Services Department made a donation to Gaston County Children and Families using a Large Check presentation hoping to inspire others to give too.
“My sisters and I have established a scholarship in our parents’ honor. Each individual scholarship award will be presented with a jumbo check.”
The NFL Referees Association’s 22” x 48” Large Check donated to the Houston Chapter of Football Officials for Hurricane Harvey relief.