(MURFREESBORO) This coming Tuesday (9/25/2023) marks the Silver Anniversary for Special Kids. Co-founder Carrie Goodwin noted, “God has blessed Special Kids over the past 25-years and guided our path from a single building in 1998 providing all services to today a sprawling four building campus.”
Goodwin continued, "I feel Special Kids is so blessed because of the community, the incredible staff that accepts the mission they’ve been given to serve children as well as the current and past board members. Dr Jerry Collins has been our medical director and rock since day one and Chris Truelove who beyond the many challenges we have faced has stayed true to the vision of serving God's children!
Goodwin concluded, “Isn’t it cool to see what God has planned when we just obey his direction? Lives are changed. Not only the lives of the children and families served at Special Kids, but the lives of the board, the staff, volunteers and community. We are all better, because Special Kids allows us to serve others."
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- $25 monthly ($300 annually) provides 12 therapy sessions or 2 days of skilled nursing for 1 child.
- $100 monthly ($1,200 annually) provides 48 therapy sessions or 8 days of skilled nursing for 1 child.
- $207 monthly ($2,484 annually) provides 1 child a full year of therapy sessions or 16.5 days of skilled nursing for 1 child.
For more information about Special Kids, visit their website: https://specialkidstn.com or phone 615-809-2632. Special Kids is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (EIN number 62-1718638) and in compliance with IRS rules, tax-deductible donations are not designated to a specific individual. Instead, your investments will help provide services to all children at Special Kids. By combining your investments, Special Kids provides professional therapy and nursing services to children in the Middle Tennessee area each year.