Cromeans Foundation’s donations to three South Baldwin based charities totals $35K
The newly established Cromeans Foundation recently made significant monetary donations totaling $35,000 to three local Baldwin county charities, including Youth Reach Gulf Coast, To Be Options for Women, and Christian Service Center, to aid their needs this Christmas season. Gray Cromeans started the charitable foundation in honor of his parents Mary Ann and Joe Cromeans and his late brother Randell. He also serves as the foundation’s trustee and chairman of the distribution committee and created the foundation not only to ensure that his family was remembered for giving back, but to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others in the community. The $15,000 check was the third donation Cromeans has made to the Christian Service Center, and he said it will not be The Cromeans Foundation’s last. The foundation is also planning to make donations to Alabama universities and establish scholarships for to junior and senior year college students pursuing medical and fine art degrees. Pictured: (l to r) Gray Cromeans with Stan Moss of the Chrsitian Service Center,mand Debbie Gomillion, program manager of To Be Options for Women at Catholic Social Services in Robertsdale.