This happy team of volunteers braved the chilly weather and imminent snow storm to move the Richmond inventory from storage units to our new "place." Yes, folks, a real place. Over the next couple of months we will be installing a workshop, office and storage for incoming donations, and ready-to-go inventory at 2545 Gayton Centre Drive in Short Pump of the greater Richmond area.
Come see and get hands on experience with the latest adaptive equipment and mobility devices for children including Sleepsafe Beds, Permobil, TiLite, Ki Mobility, Leckey, Firefly, R82, Sunrise Medical, Assistive Technology Works and more! Door Prizes!
The Smith Mountain Lake Civitan Club recently presented a check to Children’s Assistive Technology Services (CATS) for $23,885. The money will be used by CATS to purchase a second van which will serve the Charlottesville to Richmond to Norfolk corridor, while the first van purchased through Roanoke Valley Gives 2018 will serve the western side of the state.