Generosity Trust Brings David Phelps Concert To Chattanooga

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The Generosity Trust is bringing the David Phelps Classic Christmas Concert to Chattanooga on Friday, Dec. 1.  It will be held at Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, 3415 S. Broad St.  Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m. 

Attendees to this free concert are encouraged to bring tangible donations like non-perishable food items, winter coats/hats/blankets, and gift cards to benefit five local ministries (Chattanooga Community Kitchen/Maclellan Shelter, Home & Havens, MOMentum Network, Kids of Growth Ministries, and Shepherd’s Arms Rescue Mission) who reach out to those in need at Christmastime. 

Since 1992, The Generosity Trust (the Christian Community Foundation of Chattanooga) has provided Tuition Scholarships for Chattanooga students attending seminary, Training in Generosity for donors and professional advisors, and Tools for Giving – Donor Advised Funds – to help donor consolidate and streamline their charitable giving interests. 

For more information, contact The Generosity Trust’s President and CEO, Dr. James Barber, at 266-5257.


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