Rocksolid Community Teen Center, which offers a safe place after school for students in middle school through high school, has acquired two new Ford Transit vans to transport students, including on field trips, community service projects and summer camps. CFM Advocates is a longtime supporter of the transportation program at Rocksolid.
I am proud to be part of such a wonderful organization of caring individuals. If I can make a difference in one kid’s life, no matter how small it may be, it makes everything worth it.
CFM Office Manager Cindy Brown is the firm’s link to the program. Since her involvement began in 2013, Cindy joined the board in 2018 and has served as board president, vice president and secretary. “I am proud to be part of such a wonderful organization of caring individuals,” Cindy says. “If I can make a difference in one kid’s life, no matter how small it may be, it makes everything worth it.”
The new vans have added safety features such as hands-free Bluetooth, backup cameras and blind-spot alerts.
Rocksolid Executive Director Marcy Sprecher said, “We are excited to celebrate 20 years of making an impact on youth in our community, by purchasing two new vans. Generating these funds was an amazing goal set for our program and we did it. Rocksolid wants to reach as many youths as possible for another 20 years!”
Donors included The Firstenburg Foundation and 100 Men of Clark County. The organization’s 2021 Summer Concert fundraiser also generated funds for the new vans.
KGW-TV featured the new vans on its morning Sunrise show.