Tindall Corporation’s Utility Division recently met the opportunity provided by a donor match challenge to supply support beams for a small bridge construction project at Chestnut Mountain Ranch, a Christ-centered safe haven for boys and families in crisis located near Morgantown, W. Va.
“Tindall is a company who has a heart for serving others,” said Steve Finn, Founder and Executive Director of Chestnut Mountain Ranch. “Their team’s leadership is always looking for opportunities to make things better than the way they found them, and we are beyond grateful for their partnership and contributions that support the mission of Chestnut Mountain Ranch.”
Tindall’s CEO, Greg Force, expressed his personal appreciation to Joel Sheets and his team for the innovative solution provided, as well as to Bill Swofford, Manager of Tindall Haul and Erect, for hauling the beams to the site. “As a company, we are blessed to have the opportunity to support the work of Chestnut Mountain Ranch in making a positive difference in the lives of boys going through difficult circumstances. That this bridge will allow the construction of a chapel for the Ranch is an offered prayer God will work richly in the lives of the boys and the staff in the years to come.”
Established in 2005, Chestnut Mountain Ranch is a Christian home and school for boys in need of hope and healing. Steve Finn and his family developed a program geared to help children develop spiritually, intellectually and socially through guidance in education and relationships. The organization continues to expand its facilities through the construction of new homes and the chapel. Support the Chestnut Mountain Ranch mission by volunteering or donating. Learn how at https://cmrwv.org/get-involved/.