MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Durham School Services, a leading provider in student transportation, is proudly donating a newly wrapped bus to Boll Weevil Charity Foundation in Memphis on September 20.
The bus donation, provided by Durham School Services, will support Boll Weevil Charity Foundation (BWCF) in fulfilling their mission of providing assistance to the mid-south community by means of financial support, goods and services, and spiritual upliftment.
“We’re very appreciative of Durham for providing us with a new bus,” said Todd Brown, President of BWCF. “This bus will assist us in our efforts to reach those who do not have the means to be mobile and to further our mission of sharing a moment of cheer, hope and encouragement with those in need.”
“As one of our core values, it is important for us to give back to the communities where we live and work,” said Greg Newman, regional manager for Durham. “We’re proud to support the Boll Weevil Charity Foundation in their caring efforts that align with our values.”
The Boll Weevil Charity Foundation is the nonprofit arm of the Secret Order of Boll Weevils. The Boll Weevils visit retirement homes, hospitals, the less fortunate and those with disabilities.
Durham presented the bus keys to Todd Brown, president of Boll Weevil Charity Foundation, during a ceremony on Tuesday.
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Durham School Services, Stock Transportation, Petermann Bus and National Express Transit Corporation, make up National Express, headquartered in Warrenville, Ill. As a leader in transit and student transportation, National Express is committed to exceptional safety, outstanding customer service and positive employee relations. Our North American companies operate 23,000 buses and serve over 500 clients in 36 states and four provinces.
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