Flowers Nissan is a proud community member and we are honored to support various local charities and nonprofit organizations that strive to make a difference in our community. Below are some of those we support and a little information about them.
The Vashti Center was founded in 1903 as a mission of the United Methodist Women and works with children and youth with a variety of challenges. Their residential program has been uniquely designed to provide a safe, structured and consistently nurturing environment that allows healing and growth for children ranging in ages from 10-18. In addition to the residential program The Vashti Center provides counciling and mental health services including individual, group and family therapy in Thomas County, Brooks County, Colquitt County, Decatur County, Grady County and Mitchell County.
For more information on how you too may support The Vashti Center visit their website at https://www.vashti.org
Rotary Club of Thomasville Georgia was chartered on May 1, 1921, there are over 110 Rotarians working with youth, helping our community and playing an active part in International and World Community Service. Just a few of their community programs include; Functional Literacy, Youth Mentoring, Elderly Concern, Habitat for Humanity, Career Development / Vocational and Scholarship Awards. They also have a Golf and Tennis Tournament to raise funds each year.
For more information on how you too may support Rotary Club of Thomasville Georgia visit their website at http://home.rose.net/~rotary/index.html
Kiwanis Club of Thomasville was chartered on September 29, 1926, the Thomasville Kiwanis Club has continually sponsored programs to promote the young people of our community. Just a few of the community programs they support include; Special Olympics, Terrific Kids, Farmer Appreciation, Rose City Walk, Reading is Fundamental, Citizenship Awards, Goal and Scholarships Awards. They also have a few annual fundraisers which are Pancake Supper, Chicken BBQ and Radio Day.
For more information on how you too may support Kiwanis Club of Thomasville Georgia visit their website at http://thomasville.kiwanisone.org/public/index.aspx
Thomasville Junior Service League is a women's organization dedicated to meeting the economic, recreational, cultural and medical needs of children in our community. All proceeds from our activities support children's programs in Thomasville and Thomas County. Among the charitable contributions are the support of The Treehouse Children's Advocacy Center of Thomasville; the funding of eye glasses for children who otherwise would not receive those services; and numerous other opportunities to assist area children. They have several annual fundraisers like the Red Nose Run and Bargain Bazaar.For more information on how you may support Thomasville Junior Service League visit their website at http://www.jslthomasville.com
Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce was established in 1921, and has worked with dedication and pride to promote the business community, and address the needs of businesses and industries in Thomas County. The area is a pleasing mix of rich heritage, striking beauty, civic pride and a strong economic climate. The Chamber is privileged to work with over 800 member businesses and professionals who form a strong partnership in economic development. The Chamber, local government and public/private sectors are dedicated to sustaining a vital business climate and enhancing the quality of life for all the citizens of Thomasville and Thomas County. For more information on how you may support Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce visit their website at http://www.thomasvillechamber.com.
The Salvation Army has been helping communities around the world since its founding in 1865 when William Booth, a London minister, gave up the comfort of his pulpit and decided to take his message into the streets where it would reach the poor, the homeless, the hungry and the destitute.
For more information on how you may support The Salvation Army visit their website at http://www.salvationarmy.org
An Open Door Adoption Agency is a Christian, not-for-profit adoption agency, founded in 1987 to provide a positive alternative for unplanned pregnancy. The mission of An Open Door Adoption Agency is to preserve and enhance human life through placement of domestic and international children into loving Christian adoptive families.For more information on how you may support An Open Door Adoption Agency visit their website at http://www.opendooradoption.org
For over 100 years the Thomasville YMCA has been firmly committed to the traditional values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility and will continually strive to promote these values within our Y. In a fragmented world, the YMCA serves as a cohesive force bringing individuals together that are firmly committed to making a difference in the lives of our children, our families and our community.For more information on how you may support the Thomasville YMCA visit their site at http://www.ymca-thomasville.org
Keep Thomas County Beautiful (KTCB) is a volunteer-based community action and education organization. The mission of KTCB is to engage individuals to take greater responsibility for improving their community environments. For more information on how you may support KTCB visit their website at http://www.ktcb.org.
LIVES WITHOUT LIMITS' focus is improving the lives of individuals with physical or mental disabilities by providing opportunities for personal growth, assisting with meeting physical in-home needs, and supporting research for cures. For more information on how you may support LIVES WITHOUT LIMITS visit them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/liveswithoutlimits
Southeastern Community Blood Center, a division of Florida Blood Services, is a not-for-profit blood center serving the North Florida and South Georgia region. As our name suggests, community is our number one priority. With the help of contributions from volunteer blood donors, we strive each day to maintain a strong and steady blood supply for patients within the community. For more information on how you may support the Southeastern Community Blood Center visit their website at http://www.scbcinfo.org.
Some of the other charity and nonprofit organizations we support (but not limited to) are: