Brandy and Danny Johnson's history of support of the Trent Hill Center pre-dates the day we welcomed our first residents. In fact, their generosity in the two years prior to our first day “in business” helped pave the way for a future of philanthropy towards the organization, which was very much in its infancy at the time.
Through their generosity, the Johnsons have demonstrated the impact that a sincere, passionate, and actionable attitude of philanthropy can have on the lives of children and families in the community we share. As individuals and owners of Precision Components & Services and North Industrial Machine, she explains, philanthropy is ingrained into the way they live and work: “It’s a way for us to give back to the community that has given us so much.”
They were initially compelled to support THC out of a desire to help young children who have experienced abuse, neglect, and abandonment–one of our community’s most vulnerable populations. As the organization has grown, the Johnsons have grown with us, partnering with us as we serve individuals and families in what Brandy describes as “some of the most difficult and trying times of their lives.”
Our Vision: Every child and every family will be valued, encouraged, and welcomed in their safe, stable communities.