If you are looking for an easy way to join Eblen Charities and reach out and help those in need in our community, look no further. It is as easy as 1-2-3…4 and getting behind the wheel of your car.

Eblen Charities has started a new new fund-raising campaign that will not only help touch the lives tens of thousands of children, adults, and families but will give those who are part of Eblen a chance to show their support.
This great new campaign comes from tremendous idea that came to Eblen from a young lady who has been part of Eblen ever since she was old enough to help collect and hand out school supplies and help share thousands of Thanksgiving meals the day before Thanksgiving through the Ingles / Eblen Giving Thanks at Thanksgiving program each year.

The thought, energy, and commitment to this amazing project comes from Amy Webster, a junior at T C Roberson High School. The Eblen License Plate Project is Amy’s senior project and she wasted no time in getting it started a year before she became a senior to make sure things were well under way.

“I have always seen the license plates for other organizations, but one charity that was always lacking was Eblen. Since I was very young, my family and I have been involved with Eblen Charities and have always had a great appreciation for everything they have and continue to do in our community. I thought this would be a great way to get the name and mission of Eblen Charities out more, but also a way to combine my senior project with a charity I am very close to,” tells Amy.

“There is no way that I can think of to thank Amy for this unbelievable idea and that she would take her senior project at Roberson and use it to help those in need and families going through difficult times in our community,” states Bill Murdock, executive director of Eblen Charities. “It is amazing the thought, vision, and unbelievable heart for others that someone so young has. But none of us at Eblen are surprised that this has come from Amy , we have known her and her family since the early days of our work and they have been part of so much that we have done. If Amy is anything like the next generation of leaders are going to be, we are in good hands, indeed”.

For more information please contact Bill Murdock at 828-242-2848 or via email at [email protected]

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