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8th Annual Holiday Charity Drive

PPM is committed to helping local families. This year, PPM is gathering items for donation to InterAct of Wake County. InterAct is the only provider of domestic violence and sexual assault services in Wake County – saving lives, rebuilding lives and securing safer futures for individuals and families in our community.

In an effort to brighten the holidays for families starting over, InterAct hosts an annual Holiday Bazaar event.  For one weekend in December, the agency is transformed into a store, where parents may “shop” to choose toys and gifts for their children – and children can choose gifts for their parent, too.  

If you are interested in donating, check out the 2017 Holiday Bazaar Gift Suggestion GuideDonations will be collected at the PPM office through Wednesday, December 13.


 

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2017 Amberly Race For Our Heroes 5K

For the seventh year in a row, PPM has donated to the Annual Amberly Race for Our Heroes 5K, which this year benefits Operation: Coming Home, a local volunteer project that builds and donates homes to disabled combat veterans who have served in the Middle East. For more information about this event, please visit the Amberly 5K webpage


 

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2017 Cornhole for the Cure

For the seventh year in a row, PPM has teamed up with NOR to donate to the Cornhole for a Cure contest. PPM is a platinum level sponsor of this year’s tournament, which will benefit the myusvc.com, a charity services community projects and events in the military and civilian community. More information about this September tournament can be found on the NOR website.

 

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2017 Summer Salute

For the fourteenth year, PPM has donated $5,000 to North State Bank’s Summer Salute. The event raises much needed funds for the Hospice in Wake County. Please visit this year’s Summer Salute webpage for more information. PPM is proud to assist in such a worthy cause!


 
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Operation: Coming Home

PPM is honored to support a local hero. 
N.C. National Guard Sgt. Kyle Snyder was injured by a suicide bomber in
Afghanistan in 2012.   Operation: Coming Home, which builds homes for
wounded veterans in the Triangle has built a home for the Synder’s in the
Traditions community in Wake Forest.  This will be the first home the
Snyder’s have ever owned and we are proud to lend our support by paying the
family’s  homeowner assessment  through 2017. 


   
 

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