We’re grateful for the continual support of our clients and neighbors who have helped us achieve success. It’s our honor and privilege to return the favor as active members of our community. Here are some of the initiatives that are most important to us.
The idea of putting others first comes naturally to us, from our clients to our neighbors – it’s the right thing to do. You’ll find us giving back in countless ways, rolling up our sleeves and pitching in to support the organizations that help this community thrive. We invite you to learn more about the educational, civic, social and philanthropic endeavors we support with our time, energy and expertise. If you’d like to be involved, please feel free to contact us to learn more about upcoming events.
Chris Lynch received the 2014 Service Award from Karl Markos, member and Treasurer of the Murfreesboro Little League Board of Directors.
“Chris is the Vice President of Murfreesboro Little League and the Board of Directors, where he has been a member for 10 years. He amassed over 100 victories and at one point coached 3 different teams in 3 different divisions in the same year. Chris exemplifies the very finest qualities in leadership and example in his role, both on the Board and on the field of play. He is the primary face of the Murfreesboro Little League. Chris not only brings the necessary qualities of leadership to our league, but also to the families of our players and to our community at large, but most importantly, he brings exemplary character to the children of our league and to his role as a father.” says Kenneth Austin, Senior Board Member.
Chris and his team tied for 1st place and raised money for programs of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. Programs include, the 32-bedroom "Ronald McDonald House" and the "Ronald McDonald Family Room" at Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. Their mission is to “keep families close” by providing essential resources and a “home away from home” for families of critically ill children receiving inpatient or outpatient medical care at Nashville area hospitals. The Ronald McDonald House has served more than 12,500 families since 1991 and the Family Room has served more than 300,000 individuals since it opened in 2004. The programs offer alternatives to these families who might otherwise be faced with sleeping in hospital waiting rooms, corridors, or even in their cars just to be close to their sick children.
Raymond James is not affiliated with the above organizations and/or charitable causes.