Legacy Society - Metta Cahill
Metta Cahill - Impact Giving
For over 11 years since its opening, Metta Cahill volunteered at the Bike Exchange of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County. Her love of biking and riding with the Princeton Freewheeler's Club matched well with the Bike Exchange volunteer work. At the Bike Exchange, Metta is one of many volunteers that helps operate the Exchange. She helps customers select the perfect bike, transports bikes from bike drives, and prepares donated bikes to be ready for sale. Metta also helps coordinate volunteer recognition events for Bike Exchange volunteers each fall and spring.
Metta, a Lawrenceville resident, and a retired nurse-midwife, worked in Trenton for many years. In her 35-year career as a nurse-midwife, Metta met many families who depended on and benefited from Boys & Girls Clubs of Mercer County programs and services. Her patients would talk about how wonderful the afterschool and summer camp programs were for their kids. The Club was a safe place for their kids to go after school to do their homework and engage in fun and educational activities after school and at summer camp -- all year long. Through her patients' testimonies about the Club, Metta felt and saw the Club's impact on Trenton's youth. She was also able to pass these stories along to the customers at the Bike Exchange in Ewing and others she met in the community. Metta felt strongly about the Club and wanted to ensure the Club's long-term future by setting up a legacy gift, making such a donation would enable the Club to fulfill its mission and sustain an impact on Trenton area youth's future generations. She is proud to become a legacy society member.
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