TUCSON, Ariz. — Now that school is back in session, parents’ pocketbooks can quickly spread thin from backpacks and school supplies to sports equipment, uniforms, medical care and more, according to a press release.
To help keep parents’ finances secure, community service organizations across 18 states in the U.S. have partnered with Mister Car Wash, stated the release.
“We are honored to partner with organizations that share our passion for being good community partners and inspiring people to shine,” said Lauren Hobbs, fundraising specialist for Mister Car Wash, in the release.
Hobbs reported in the release that more than 300 nonprofits have partnered with Mister Car Wash so far in 2015.
In Iowa, continued the release, Clive Lions International partnered with Mister Car Wash to raise funds to help provide eye exams and glasses to children whose families could not afford these services on their own.
For 15 years, informed the release, Spokane Valley Kiwanis Club has partnered with the carwash to help with international efforts as well as children in need throughout the Spokane community.
Moreover, added the release, school booster clubs frequently partner with the wash to support arts and sports programs.
“With Mister Car Wash’s streamlined fundraising approach, nonprofit organizations can spend less time fundraising and more time giving back,” stated Hobbs in the release.
Mister Car Wash operates 157 carwashes and 32 express lubes throughout 18 states in the U.S., noted the release.
Read the entire release here.