New Non-Profit Group in Town called the Jackson Snow Angels
(Jackson) "No act of Kindness is ever wasted". That is the motto of the new non-profit public charitable organization in Jackson called the Jackson Snow Angels. The group will remove snow for older adults, those on a fixed income or those physically unable to do it themselves because of injury. There is no cost for this service, and the organization is 100% volunteer driven. President Paul Spence explains how they came up with the idea.
"One day we were sitting at Pizza Ranch and I was looking over at the Community Center and I wondered how those people were getting out, it was a blizzard that day, and I was wondering how those people got out to get their meal and at that time was when my wife goes, how about Jackson Snow Angels, why don't you move snow for these people."
The Jackson Snow Angels will be holding a fundraiser and recruiting event this Sunday at the Jackson Golf Course clubhouse. Spence says their main objective for the fundraising and recruiting event is to get people involved.
"We want to get people to come in that day and sign up for the snow removal and we are also looking for volunteers."
There will be a meal provided and they will accept free will donations. The event starts at 11 and goes until one.