Community Security not only keeps its customers safe, but they also support Memphis nonprofits in their missions to help others. Each customer is given the choice to support one of the company’s nonprofit partners, and Community Security will donate 15% of the customer’s monthly bill to their charity of choice!
Scott is suffering from Cystic Fibrosis (CF), a disease that has affected him his entire life. Although his cousin was born and diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when Scott was 5 years old, doctors did not think it was necessary to test Scott for the disease.
In 2004, Terri first noticed troubling symptoms, such as redness and swelling in her hands. After a local rheumatologist reviewed her records, symptoms and blood tests, she immediately knew something was wrong. Terri soon learned she was suffering from systemic scleroderma, an autoimmune disease causing her immune system to attack her body, especially her lungs. Doctors have told Terri a lung transplant is...
Last weekend, volunteers held a brisket dinner in honor of NFT patient Ray Ramirez. Ray is awaiting a lifesaving liver transplant because of a tainted blood transfusion he received in 1989. The event was a huge success, raising more than $2,000 to assist with Ray's transplant-related expenses.
If you and your volunteers are thinking of planning a fundraiser in the future, consider holding a dinner like Ray's at a...
On April 8, ten Memphis-area restaurants participated in our first-ever Dish It Out event by donating a percentage of their profits to NFT. Thank you to everyone who had lunch or dinner at one of the fabulous participating restaurants!
Special thanks to the following restaurants who were generous enough to 'Dish It Out' for NFT!