Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Faculty Seed, a Memphis non-profit described as “an middleman group for Tennessee Youth Mentorship and Sports activities,” was given $500,000 by a state consultant on Friday. 

Tennessee consultant Antonio Parkinson introduced a test to the group, allotted for grant funding for little league sports activities organizations throughout Tennessee.

“The primary criticism I hear from residents is, ‘the youngsters don’t have something to do,'” Parkinson stated. “This isn’t solely an historic funding in youth sports activities, but additionally an historic funding in our youth’s future.”

The cash is claimed to be administered by Faculty Seed and distributed to qualifying sports activities organizations throughout the state. 

CEO of Faculty Seed Vince McCaskill stated the group is dedicated to working with communities throughout the state “to offer extra assist for youngsters past the classroom.” 

“It takes a village to handle issues impacting our youth,” McCaskill stated. “Faculty Seed can also be working with different group companions to handle after-school efforts.”

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