Both local and regional businesses and organizations are an important part of PAACE’s mission to Promote a Drug Free, Violence Free Community and we appreciate donations of money, materials and equipment to enhance our programming!
Joe Salcido and Selena Lugo from Wells Fargo Bank in Parker presented a $2,500 check to PAACE in October, 2015.
In October 2015 Parker Walmart Manager Jason Kellett presented a donation of $2,500 to PAACE from the Walmart Foundation.
In the summer of 2013, PAACE utilized funding from Pacific Gas & Electric, Colorado River Sewage System-Joint Venture and Suddenlink Communications to create a new Video Gaming Center at the Players 9th Street Youth Center in Parker. The upgraded gaming center included three flat screen televsions, three XBOX 360 video gaming consoles, a new built-in gaming cabinet, new video games, and a fresh paint job on the walls. The new Video Gaming Center is a popular addition to the youth center and we appreciate the businesses that helped make it happen. Cenpatico recently funded a new floor and a new Air Hockey table through a Community Reinvestment contribution!
Joey Venegas (left) from Suddenlink Communications and Andy Jones from Colorado River Sewage-Joint Venture were instrumental in helping us create the new Video Gaming Center! PAACE recognized the two at our annual PAACE Coalition Recognition Luncheon on December 17, 2013.
PG&E donated $2000 to the Players 9th Street Youth Center!
The Parker Walmart store is a generous supporter of PAACE and the Players 9th Street Youth Center. PAACE was awarded a $2500 grant from Walmart in 2012 and 2013. Special thanks to Parker Walmart Manager Jason Kellett and Walmart Human Resources Manager Sherry Reynolds.