Updated: Mar 23
While COVID-19 has brought on many challenges, our mission to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens has not changed. Although we have had to transition how we serve our kids and community, we have been successful thanks to great partners like MileOne Autogroup and their Heritage Toyota Owings Mills and Catonsville dealerships.
Thanks to their generous donation, we have been able to support essential workers by providing childcare five days a week and enhance our remote learning and mentoring capabilities. Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore President and CEO, Jeff Breslin, said, “As our entire team shifted to serve the community in new ways, our friends at MileOne Autogroup quickly stepped up and offered to support our efforts. Because of that support we are not only reaching kids through virtual platforms, but we are also providing childcare for children whose parents are serving all of us right now. MileOne and their Heritage Toyota dealerships stepped up when we needed them the most and we are deeply appreciative. “
MileOne Autogroup CEO, Steve Fader said, “At MileOne, philanthropy is a key component to our company’s vision and mission. We strongly believe in supporting local organizations and agencies that are focused on improving the lives of those who live and work in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore was an organization we saw very early on going above and beyond to find solutions to meet the child care needs of Baltimoreans during this pandemic and we were thrilled to be able to donate to the cause.”
During these challenging times, we need the support of our partners and friends more than ever. If you would like to make a donation, please click here. https://interland3.donorperfect.net/weblink/WebLink.aspx?name=E334945&id=1