Coca Cola Makes Refreshing Donation to Police Safe Haven for Kids

03/18/15


Tampa Coca Cola Operations Manager Lisa Ridley (standing far right) stood next to RICH House Coordinator Officer Debbie Boles holding one of the two checks her team was awarded for their work in the community.  District Two Major John Newman and Captain Diane Hobley-Burney (both seated) came along to receive the checks and enjoy a tour of the Customer Care Center.
Tampa Coca Cola Operations Manager Lisa Ridley (standing far right) stood next to RICH House Coordinator Officer Debbie Boles holding one of the two checks her team was awarded for their work in the community.  District Two Major John Newman and Captain Diane Hobley-Burney (both seated) came along to receive the checks and enjoy a tour of the Customer Care Center.


The Tampa Police Department’s safe haven for kids, also known as the RICH House, received a $5,300 donation thanks to Coca Cola Operations Manager Lisa Ridley and her crew out at the Tampa Customer Care Center. The local center competed against other Coca Cola Customer Care Centers for one of the company’s community grant awards. They landed the award for their work and commitment to helping the disadvantaged children that the RICH House serves. The police department will use the donation to make improvements to the RICH House and help provide holiday assistance to needy families this year.

Janelle McGregor
Public Information Office
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