Brentwood donates over $394,000 to schools and community service providers | Brentwood homepage

The City of Brentwood donated $394,035 to Williamson County schools and community service providers at Monday night’s City Commission meeting.

The annual giving has taken place for 36 years and has seen over $6.28 million given to WCS and over $2.27 million given to community service providers.

Representatives from 12 Brentwood-area schools attended the meeting, along with members of the WCS Board of Directors and WCS Superintendent Jason Golden, who accepted the checks. The funds are expected to be used for a variety of needs, including technology and safety upgrades, athletics and the arts.







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Brentwood and Ravenwood High Schools each received $62,400; Brentwood, Sunset and Woodland Middle each received $15,600; Crockett, Edmondson, Jordan, Kenrose, Lipscomb, Scales and Sunset elementary schools each received $10,400.

“We cannot thank the City of Brentwood enough for providing these funds to our Brentwood area schools,” Golden said. “This money will be used to support both students and teachers as they embark on what we believe will be a banner year for the district.”







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The Brentwood YMCA also received $63,000; the Brentwood Ball Club $21,000, the Fifty-Forward Martin Center $50,000; Brentwood Blaze Youth Football $18,000 and Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency $3,250

Jill E. Washington