The Cody Sanders Foundation of Gallatin made one of its final acts a generous one.
The foundation was established after the death of Cody Sanders, who was successfully overcoming a substance addiction when he died of natural causes in 2006. Since then, the foundation has promoted sobriety awareness and has raised money for numerous rehabilitation and recovery programs in Middle Tennessee.
The foundation recently decided to close, and one of its final donations was to recognize the work of Branches Counseling Center, according to a news release. The amount of the gift wasn’t released.
Branches has promoted wholeness and mental health in Middle Tennessee, with offices in Murfreesboro, Lebanon and Springfield. Branches is a faith-based nonprofit offering programs for adults and children struggling with family, addiction or emotional problems.