The annual Biddle Consulting Group corn hole tournament raised a total of $1,150 for The Taylor House organization. Employees collectively donated $500, while Biddle matched the amount raised and sweetened the deal by adding $150 more! Nancy Tipton, a senior member of Biddle’s EEO team who works and volunteers at The Taylor House, accepted the check on behalf of Lisa Peat, the founder of the organization.
Taylor House assists young women ages 18-21 years old. These are young women who are emancipated by the state when they reach the age of 18. They leave foster care and are often lost on how to navigate through life. Taylor House created a safe place for these girls who have aged out of the foster care system. Lisa, The founder of Taylor House, has now been able to expand her reach beyond the foster community to also include at risk homeless girls. Together with CASA (Child Advocates of Placer County), Taylor House is providing kids in need with reliable, responsible, caring role models and also creating a space where these young ladies can learn life skills and create responsible habits.
Congratulations to the corn hole tournament winners!
- 1st Place: Heather Sakamoto and Brian Marentette
- 2nd Place: Paul Zeleski and Alan Flores
- 3rd Place: Angela Gralin and Kathy