TG3 Enterprises Supports Local Schools With Donations of Essential Supplies

Running a school during a pandemic is not easy, something that TG3 Enterprises recognized. They wanted to support schools in their community, many of which needed supplies. With that in mind, TG3 donated more than $4,000 of essential supplies to schools in the Salt Lake City area through its Care for Kids program.

TG3 Enterprises created the Care for Kids program to help teachers and students in the Salt Lake City area return to school safely – and prepared. The donations included face masks, hand sanitizer, personal hygiene items, sports equipment, food for pantries, markers, glue sticks, backpacks, snacks, art supplies, clothing and other supplies. A list of desired items was requested from each school to ensure the donation met their immediate needs.

This school year has been more difficult than most with the pandemic disrupting the normal routine. “We recognize that schools are facing many challenges navigating in-classroom and remote learning this year,” said TG3 Enterprises owner, Chad Fitton. “We are humbled to be in a position to support these local schools during the pandemic by providing them with supplies they need to operate safely.”

The donations were heartily appreciated by the community. “We’re grateful for Planet Fitness’s support in helping us create a safe environment in our school,” said West Jordan Elementary assistant principal, Ami Shah. “These items will give our teachers the tools they need in the classrooms and help students adjust to being back at school during these difficult times.”

Schools receiving a donation include: Valley View Elementary, SLCSE-Bryant Middle School, West Jordan Elementary, Murray Schools, Granite Education Foundation, Orem Jr. High, Ogden High School, Layton Christian Academy and Ben Lomond High School.