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Jackson, MI – April 23rd, 2024 – Recruit Specialized Staffing, a leading provider of staffing solutions in Jackson and surrounding areas, has demonstrated its commitment to community welfare by donating bus passes to Aware, a prominent organization dedicated to aiding survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Jackson, MI.

Through this generous contribution, Recruit Specialized Staffing aims to support Aware’s efforts in providing vital resources and assistance to survivors of domestic violence in the Jackson community. The donated bus passes will enable individuals accessing emergency shelter at AWARE to have safe and reliable transportation, ensuring they can attend appointments, access support services, and participate in other essential activities without hindrance.

“As individuals raised by single mothers, Justin Tobin (President of Operations) and I are committed to empowering women in our community to achieve success in any way possible,” said Joe Brandeberry, Owner of Recruit Specialized Staffing. “We recognize the vital role of organizations like Aware in providing essential support to survivors of domestic violence. Together, we strive to support and uplift individuals impacted by domestic violence by leveraging resources and opportunities for their safety and recovery.”

Aware provides a range of critical services, including emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, and community education, to individuals and families affected by domestic and sexual violence. By donating to the Aware, Recruit Specialized Staffing demonstrates its dedication to corporate social responsibility and making a positive impact in the local community.

“AWARE Inc. thanks Recruit Specialized Staffing for their donation of $300 worth of bus tickets. Bus tickets for transportation removes one of many barriers survivors face in being independent,” said SeQuita Brown, AWARE Deputy Director.

For more information about Aware and their services, visit www.awareshelter.org.

Patrick O’Dowd

Government & Community Relations Manager

Jackson Area Transportation Authority (JATA)