WASHINGTON, DISTRICT COLUMBIA 

Thomas Gaiter Foundation supports the homeless at District of Columbia General Family Shelter for basic necessities such as food, clothing and children's activities. Ms. Wilson, a member of TGF's leadership team, volunteered to design and personally sew shirts for the homeless children at the shelter.  

 Dear Ms. Wilson,

It is with extreme gratitude that we acknowledge your donation of brand new shirts that you personally designed and sewed for the homeless children. Your thoughtfulness means a lot to our organization and the families we serve. We care deeply about the work we do and we appreciate your commitment to helping us serve the community in an even greater capacity.

Parchelle Brooks

Director

The Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homeless

 

Dear Ms. Wilson,

I am writing on behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of the Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness to thank you very much for creating and distributing the beautiful designed shirts given to the children at the DC General Shelter.

It is particularly gratifying to receive support from members of the community, which lets the children and families know that wonderful people like you care about them. It is also encouraging to the staff at DC General to know that they have your support.

Best wishes,

Sue Marshall

Executive Director

The eager children of DC Family Shelter were overjoyed when they received toys and gifts from the office of Merit System Protection Board and

Thomas Gaiter Foundation.

Howard University
Washington, DC

Thomas Gaiter Foundation provides scholarships  to financially challenged students in the College of Medicine and the College of Nursing at Howard University.

Archbishop Carroll High School
Washington, DC

Thomas Gaiter Foundation provides assistance to Carroll's Tuition Assistance Scholarship Program for college-prep education.

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