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Elements Massage Franklin Community Involvement

Elements Massage Franklin Community Involvement

Emily Allison

Elements Massage and Community Involvement


At Elements Massage Franklin, we believe it’s important to be involved in giving back to our community as much as possible. We get requests for donations and sponsorships almost daily, and we love being able to bolster charitable organizations we believe in as they seek to benefit those around them and help those in need.

Several of our favorites are:

The Franklin Classic

The Franklin Classic is an annual Labor Day 5k/10k race, the proceeds of which go to Mercy Community Healthcare, a community healthcare organization committed to providing the best medical services regardless of insurance coverage. We sponsor the Classic as well as set up a tent to do chair-and-table massages for runners after they complete the race.

The Be Healthy Challenge

The Be Healthy Challenge is a community-wide 12-week health and fitness challenge for Williamson County that encourages participants to exercise, eat healthy, and be more mindful of overall wellness. We are an official sponsor of the Be Healthy Challenge!

Davis House Child Advocacy Center

Davis House Child Advocacy Center provides education about child abuse and resources for prevention and early intervention to Williamson County and beyond. Their cause is one we are passionate about, and during the several fundraising events they hold every year, we are honored to sponsor, donate and attend so that they can help even more children and families at risk. Davis House is hosting a “Rock The House” Music Jam on May 3 and a special golf tournament on September 14. More information can be found on their website!

CYMT—Center for Youth Ministry Training

CYMT helps to equip current and future youth ministers and churches with the education and resources they need to effectively counsel and nurture today’s youth. We sponsored their “Jump Jive” Dinner Dance on Valentine’s Day and look forward to continuing to support them in the future.

Whether it’s personally or as a business entity, we believe that everyone has the obligation—and the privilege—to support and help the community around them. So whether it’s through donations, gift cards, sponsorships and more, we try to do just that. Because to us, it’s not just about a business—it’s about lifting up the community and making everyone’s lives better.

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Sharon Barraco on Apr 26, 2017
The Independence High School PTSO needs your help! We are hosting the 1st Annual Taste Of Indy at Independence High School on Sunday, September 17, 2017 from 4 - 7 pm! Delicious samplings from local restaurants, silent auctions and live entertainment will make this night a memorable event!
PTSO is an organization of Parents, Teachers and Students working toward a common goal of enriching the quality of education at Independence. Our goal this year is to purchase even more technology for our classrooms and to continue enhancing the learning environment of our students.
We hope you will consider a donation to our silent auction. We’d also be happy to include a flyer, coupon, sample, etc. in our gift bags as well.
Your donation is tax deductible. Our tax exempt ID is 780180896. In thanks for your support:
• Your name will be listed in the Taste of Indy program 

• You will be recognized on our website and may include your logo and link to your web page
• Your company name will be seen by over 1000 guests from all over our community

Items can be mailed to the address below:
PTSO - Taste of Indy 2017,
 c/o Independence High School.
Please send emails to 

Sharon Barraco
Secretary, IHS PTSO