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INFAC Corp. recently donated $3,000 to Green River Ministries of Campbellsville to support its operations as a homeless shelter.
Inside the Green River Ministries Complex are offices for Taylor County Crisis Relief, Taylor County Ministerial Food Pantry, Habitat for Humanity and the Lions Club.
"We are pleased to make this donation to a great organization who is helping citizens of Campbellsville and Taylor County that are in need," Brian Bland, INFAC general manager, said.
GRM Executive Director Rosalind Strong-Porter said, "Green River Ministries is honored to work with partnerships like INFAC that not only provide job opportunities to those that are qualified but are active in its community by assisting those that are in need. INFAC is a part of the successfulness of Green River Ministries as we attempt to assist persons to remain in a permanent and safe environment, if possible.
"Along with INFAC and other business partnerships, we are blessed to have a community that makes sacrifices that creates a complex such as Green River Ministries. We look forward to our continued partnership with INFAC and the work they are doing not only in their facility, but in our community as well."
This is the second year INFAC has donated to INFAC. INFAC also participated in the Toys for Kids program, collected food for the food pantry and sponsored children through the Angel Tree program this holiday season.
INFAC currently employs 65 at its Water Tower Bypass location and is planning an expansion.