CHARLOTTE, NC – Charlotte Community Toolbank’s 10 years of service continue to be celebrated this morning with a visit with other great organizations that work with the Toolbank. Zeke Burns from OMITT Trade School and Mike Tropsha from Carolina CAT discuss their support and support for the Tool Bank with Wilson.
Mike Tropsha, who is also a member of the Toolbank Board of Directors, discussed the importance of the Charlotte Community Toolbank and how the Toolbank supports the community. OMITT Trade School is a non-profit organization supported by the Tool Bank. Zeke joined the conversation to talk about the importance of the tool bank to OMITT.
the Charlotte Community Tool Bank is a non-profit tool loan program that provides charities with year-round access to an inventory of tools for use in volunteer projects, facility and grounds maintenance, and special events . They offer hundreds of different types of tools and equipment, from simple screwdrivers to power tools and even generators.
Charities can find out more about the Charlotte Community ToolBank at charlotte.toolbank.org. They are located at 2513 South Tryon Street in Charlotte.