ALLENTOWN, Pa., September 10, 2018 (Newswire.com) - CrossAmerica Partners LP, a leading U.S. wholesale distributor of branded petroleum for motor vehicles, will again raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters through its wholesale dealer network, with a goal of donating to several of the charity’s local affiliates this year.
From September 1 to 30, 2018, gas stations and convenience stores within CrossAmerica’s dealer portfolio will collect donations for their local Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliate. CrossAmerica Partners is organizing the areas throughout the country in the promotion of this great charity, including the Lehigh Valley, Boston, Roanoke, Richmond, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Newark, and State College. Following an initial donation of $300 to $500, store owners may collect additional donations onsite by selling paper ribbons that customers can write their names on and display in the store.
Across the country, Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliates match youth with mentors who can help them reach their full potential. We are proud that CrossAmerica Partners has once again chosen to positively impact their communities by supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Pam Iorio, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America President and CEO
“Across the country, Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliates match youth with mentors who can help them reach their full potential. We are proud that CrossAmerica Partners has once again chosen to positively impact their communities by supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters,” said Big Brothers Big Sisters of America President and CEO, Pam Iorio.
“This fundraising campaign is a great way for CrossAmerica Partners to show how much we care for our local communities through supporting such a great charity,” said CrossAmerica Partners Wholesale Territory Manager Joe Alfier.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network making meaningful, supported matches between caring adult volunteers and children from age 5 into young adulthood.
Source: CrossAmerica Partners LP