NASHVILLE, Tenn. – October 20th, 2014 – M&W Logistics has come up with a creative way to support the next generation. By partnering with Youth Encouragement Services (YES), the company has given every employee and driver a chance to sponsor a child.
In addition to the company’s focus on providing the best possible 3PL services, M&W Logistics cares about the communities it serves. This is why teaming up with YES made so much sense. The company is excited and thankful for all that YES does for children in the Nashville community.
“If we are to make our world a better place, it starts with the youth. YES provides a great support system to many kids who need additional resources outside their home. M&W is pleased to be able to provide support to this great organization,” said Mike McFarlin, M&W CEO.
YES 210 was created to give underprivileged children hope for a better future. Through tutoring services, recreational programs, field trips and more, children are able to significantly increase their chances of graduating from high school.
“Youth Encouragement Services does so many wonderful things for the children of the Nashville community. They also provide ways for the Nashville community to give back through the YES Golf Outing in the spring and the YES Annual Dinner and Silent Auction on September 25th, of which M&W is a very proud sponsor,” said Zack Pugh, Director of Marketing and Communications.
For 41 years, M&W has been delivering exceptional logistics services to clients across the nation. The company believes in building long-term, family-like partnerships through service, integrity and trust.
About Youth Encouragement Services
With three youth centers located across Nashville, YES is able to offer educational and recreational services for kids ages 6 to 18. The nonprofit’s programs effectively help inner city children stay off the street by giving them a safe place to engage in social, educational and cultural activities. For more information about Youth Encouragement Services, visit www.youthencouragement.org.