For Greene County News
BEAVERCREEK — For the sixth year, Mike’s Carwash raised money and awareness for local Big Brothers Big Sisters’ youth mentoring programs. According to the carwash’s corporate offices, $5,702.79 was raised for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley.
Funds were raised by the company donating half of the costs of all Mike’s Ultimate and Works washes purchased on May 2. Customers also were able to make donations to the non-profit organization during the day.
“Thanks to our great customers, team members and the beautiful weather, we had a fantastic turnout for this year’s fundraising event with Big Brothers Big Sisters,” said Mike’s Carwash president Mike Dahm. “We appreciate everyone’s support in helping Big Brothers Big Sisters with their mission of providing children facing adversity with strong relationships and positive change. It’s one small way we can help and also create awareness in our communities that mentors are greatly needed.”
All funds raised will help offset the cost of programming for youth mentorship.
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