St. Paul’s Episcopal Provides Funding For Bus For St. Barnabas
St. Barnabas Senior Living Services has received a $15,000 grant from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church towards the purchase of a transportation bus to serve the residents of its two downtown campuses.
The funds were provided as a grant from St. Paul’s Endowment Fund and has made possible the purchase of a 15-passenger bus that will also accommodate one or two wheelchairs.
“The bus will make it so much easier to arrange group outings,” said Chris Tarziers, St. Barnabas interim CEO. “Our residents will greatly benefit from St. Paul’s generosity.”
St. Barnabas has enjoyed a long-standing relationship with St. Paul’s. Beyond its instrumentality in establishing St. Barnabas as Chattanooga’s first quality elder care organization, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church congregants have been regularly involved in the furtherance of its mission and operations.
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