Every other month an organization is selected to be the recipient of the awareness program. For each customer survey completed in response to a Chevrolet service visit $5.00 is donated to the monthly cause and $3.00 is donated for each Nissan survey completed after a service visit.
2015 May/June - Carry the Fallen
Gandrud Chevrolet & Gandrud Nissan Service Centers have donated a check for $900 to “Carry the Fallen” on behalf of their service customers. During the months of May and June 2015 Gandrud Chevrolet & Gandrud Nissan customers returned a service satisfaction survey to their vehicles manufacturers. Each of the 264 returned surveys equaled a donation to Carry the Fallen.
The ultimate purpose of Carry The Fallen is to reduce veteran suicide and assist Military Families by
The check was presented by Sam McBeth (left), Gandrud Service Consultant & Vietnam Veteran, and Kevin Pearson(right), Gandrud Nissan Technician, uncle of Afghan war Veteran lost to the affects of PTSD. Accepting the donation for Desert Veterans of Wisconsin (Carry The Fallen) is Mark Bonovetz, (Center).
2015 February - Connect Inc.
About Connect Inc.
Connect Inc., a cancer concierge, is a nonprofit organization with the aim of providing free one-on-one, compassionate support for those touched by cancer. They help clients by listening to their concerns, doing research for them, making calls, filling out forms: whatever is needed at-no cost to clients.
Here are some of the ways Connect Inc. can help:
2014 May/June - Habitat for Humanity
Pictured from left to right: Jeff Johnson, Executive Director and Shannon Wiegman, Development Director
About Habitat for Humanity
Greater Green Bay Habitat for Humanity is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God's love into action by building homes, communities and hope. GGBHfH is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions. ?Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter in decent communities should be a matter of conscience and action for all.
2014 March/April - Bay Area Humane Society
From Left to Right: Lori Nachtwey and Avery
About Bay Area Humane Society
The Bay Area Humane Society's mission is to offer the best possible care and future for companion animals in our community through leadership, placement, and outreach.
2013 October/November - Breast Cancer Family Foundation
Pictured from Left to Right: Staci Hackl, representative for Breast Cancer Family Foundation, pictured with Verchelle Dehn
The breast cancer family foundation is the recipient of donations generated by vehicle test drives during four designated Saturdays throughout October and November. In addition they also received a donation made based on the return of Customer Satisfaction surveys.
About Breast Cancer Family Foundation
Breast Cancer Family Foundation provides educational services with regard to cancer prevention. Their focus is on breast cancer awareness and prevention presentations in the community.
2013 September - Ben's Wish (pictured below)
From Left to Right: Becky Delain, representative for Ben's Wish and Gandrud representative Verchelle Dehn
About Ben's Wish Backpacks Program
60% of children of the Green Bay Public School District qualify for Free or reduced meal programs. However many of these children leave school on Friday afternoon uncertain if they will have food to eat over the weekend.
Ben's Wish Weekend Backpacks program is focused on providing healthy weekend meals to children attending targeted area schools during the school year.
The Weekend Backpacks program is a true community effort.
2013 June - Beacon House (pictured below)
From Left to Right: Gandrud Representative Paige Baer and Christine Seidl, Founder and Director of Beacon House
Beacon House, Inc. is Green Bay's non-profit, volunteer sustained health resource whose mission is to support the process of healing on all levels: physical, emotional, social, and psychological for individuals and family members affected by life-changing health situations
2013 May - Connect, Inc. (pictured below)
From Left to Right: Verchelle Dehn of Gandrud Auto Group, Jennifer Hickey of Connect, Inc, and Kimberly Demeny of Connect, Inc.
Connect Inc., a cancer concierge, is a nonprofit organization with the aim of providing free one-on-one, compassionate support for those touched by cancer.? They help clients by listening to their concerns, doing research for them, making calls, filling out forms: whatever is needed at-no cost to clients.?
Here are some of the ways Connect Inc. can help:
- Locate second opinion sources
- Research clinical trial options
- Arrange care for children or pets
- Identify resources for wigs or prosthetics
- Locate local support services
- Identify alternative treatment options.
2013 April - Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W. (pictured below)
Pictured left is Paula Breese Executive Director of Family & Childcare Resources of N.E.W.
The focus of Family and Childcare Resources of NEW is to support the healthy child development through high quality education, support and programs to families and early childhood professionals. Parent Educators conduct home visits and parent group meetings providing support and to identify and prevent child abuse and neglect. Working one on one to help parents and families overcome obstacles and provide a positive start; setting a strong developmental course. Services are available to parents and childcare providers throughout Brown, Door, Kewaunee, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto and Shawano Counties. Visit their website.
2013 March - Literacy Green Bay (pictured below)
Gandrud Chevrolet Nissan presented Kathy Cornell, Executive Director of Literacy with
a check for $345.00. Zak Riha, salesperson for Gandrud Chevrolet is pictured also.
2013 February - Go Red for Women (pictured below)
2013 January - Big Brothers and Big Sisters of North East Wisconsin (pictured below)
The photo for Big Brothers Big Sisters features Todd McPeek, Executive Director of BBBS of
NEW along with Gandrud manager, Verchelle Dehn and “Little Sister” Shannon Kazik.
Shannon & Verchelle celebrated 20 years as a BBBS match last fall.
2012 December - St John's Evangelist Homeless Shelter (pictured below)
2012 November - Disabled American Veterans $535.00 (pictured below)
2012 October - The Breast Cancer Family Foundation $355.00 (pictured below)
2012 September - Families of Children with Cancer $300.00 (pictured below)
2012 August - CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) $380.00 (pictured below)
2012 July - Prevent Blindness of N.E.W. $280.00 (pictured below)
2012 June - Bay Area Humane Society $250.00 (pictured below)
2012 May - Green Bay Arthritis Foundation $260.00
2012 April - Family & Childcare Resources of NEW $300.00 (pictured below)
2012 March - Sting Cancer $485.00
2012 February - Go Red for Women $440.00
2012 January - Big Brothers/Big Sisters of NEW $485.00
2011 December - Paul's Pantry $345.00
2011 November - US Army Reserve 395th in Afghanistan $435.00
2011 October - Breast Cancer Family Foundation $370.00
2011 September - Alzheimer's Association $135.00
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