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Auction trip package provided by anonymous donors and includes a once-in-a-lifetime experience for 14 people to Boston, Massachusetts
Cookeville – Tays Auction, a leading online auction platform, will host an online auction for an incredible first class trip to Boston, MA for fourteen people to help Mustard Seed Ranch, a Christian Children’s home in Cookeville, purchase two new 12-passenger vans.
The trip package is provided by anonymous donors and it includes a once-in-a-lifetime experience trip for 14 people to Boston, Massachusetts. The winners will fly on a first-class Falcon 900 private jet. When they land, they will stay at the luxurious Marriott Long Wharf hotel for 2 nights. They will have the opportunity to enjoy stylish rooms and suites that offer the ultimate urban retreat with spa bathrooms and striking water or city views, steps from the New England Aquarium and historic Faneuil Hall. Plus, they will dine at the historic Legal Sea Foods restaurant in Boston, where fresh seafood is flown in daily and served up in a classic New England style.
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“The vans will be used to transport many of our children and staff to doctor appointments, school, sports, etc… ,” says Tammy Hogan, Executive Director of Mustard Seed Ranch. “We are in the process of building two new homes, projected to be complete in early 2023, thus expanding and hosting up to 30 children at capacity. So, safe, dependable vehicles are our primary need.”
Tays Auctions prides itself on its integrity in conducting online auctions. All proceeds are directed to the Ranch. The auction will be available at www.TaysAuctions.com for two weeks only, starting Wednesday, December 7 through Wednesday, December 21.
For more info, please visit TaysAuctions.com.
Mustard Seed Ranch has provided a loving family and home for 68 children during the past 13 years. Their heart is to be a family for every child and walk alongside them as they heal from past trauma and abuse. Many of our children have experienced abandonment, neglect and physical abuse.
“Our kids come to us with deep wounds,” says Tammy Hogan, Executive Director of Mustard Seed Ranch. “Our mission is to share the love of God. We are here to help each child understand God’s purpose for their lives, to heal from the inside out and to find their true identity for which they were created. We are indebted to our community because they rally beside us to make this blessed life a reality for every child at the Ranch.”
For additional information go to www.mustardseedranchtn.org
Mustard Seed Ranch is located at 4725 Kuykendall Road in Cookeville, Tennessee 38501.