TURNING POINT GIVEN VAN THANKS TO TOWNSEND FORD

A special and much-needed gift arrived at Turning Point thanks to a generous donor today.

Townsend Ford donated a brand new van capable of seating 12 people to the domestic violence prevention organization.

Turning Point Executive Director Amy Gundlach-Foster said the new van is a huge asset.

“We transport clients to work, we transport children to school, we transport children tot he park, to summer activities, and we transport staff to different development training all over the state,” she said.

The organization is the second-oldest domestic violence shelter in Alabama, and services Bibb, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Pickens, Sumter and Tuscaloosa counties.

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