Stand T.A.L.L. was recently recognized in the Mountain Xpress for our donation of $1,000 to Break Point. Break Point is a community outreach program of West Hendersonville Baptist Church, which provides a safe place for on- and off-duty countywide law enforcement, fire department, EMS, rescue squad, and state patrol personnel to take a break from their duties.

Covid-19 is creating an unprecedented level of change in our daily lives. Check out this article from The Patriot Post about the importance of social distancing. 

STAND T.A.L.L. received a nice mention for our donation toward the purchase of one of the two new K-9 dogs at the Henderson County Sheriff Department.  Read the full story here.

STAND T.A.L.L. recently expanded the role of their “Kids & Cops” program at the Boys & Girls Club of Henderson County by facilitating a guest speaker in the organization’s Passport to Manhood program. This is a component of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s SMART Moves curriculum, which is designed to help youth prepare for challenges they may face while growing up and to provide them with tools and strategies that help these young people make positive, personal choices.

STAND T.A.L.L. Thank A Local Lawman presented the Law Enforcement Division at Blue Ridge Community College with a $1000.00 donation. The donation is to be used to help pay tuition and related course costs for one or more incoming students selected by the Division’s team that oversees their 16-week Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) class.