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We are honored to make another Sprout Initiate presentation by meeting up with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department at the site of Deputy Sheriff Brad Sullivan’s new home. On Sept 5, 2019, Deputy Sullivan was shot twice in the head while pursuing a kidnapping suspect. Since that day, he has undergone numerous surgeries, treatments, and rehab sessions as he tries to recover and address the ongoing paralysis on his left side. As is true with most physical disabilities, ongoing expenses associated with an injury of this magnitude make prioritizing a livable home fall way down the to-do list.

A Home for Brad is a product of Madison Co. Deputies Joey Butler & Dwayne Moak. The goal is simple: Build Deputy Sullivan a home that can accommodate the physical limitations that have presented themselves as a result of his service to our community 2 years ago. You can learn more about Deputy Sullivan, the Home for Brad project, and make a tax-deductible donation at www.ahomeforbrad.org.

Pictured are Deputy Sheriff Dwayne Moak and Lieutenant Joey Butler with the Madison Co. Sheriff’s Department along with Wendie Sheppard and Penny Danford with TempStaff. The #TempStaffSproutInitiative consists of donations from staff and employees along with a matching contribution from TempStaff. Our mission is to help grow Mississippi through charitable giving.

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