April 2018 Volz Auto Gives Back Charity Vote

The Volz Auto Group has decided to extend their giving back season throughout the year. And Great News is YOU get to choose from local charities. Each month we pick four charities for the public to vote on. We will donate to all four charities based on a first, second, third and fourth place standing.

In May of last year (2017), Christopher York and Marla Behler thanked Jen Guistino and GMC service advisor D’Andre Perkins when they were honored to have received a $500 check for the Friends of Putnam CAC, Inc.

So Let’s Make it Two Years in a Row and Click Here to Vote for Your Favorite Charity, the Friends of Putnam CAC, Inc. Today!



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Volz Auto, owners of Meadowland of Carmel and Brewster Ford, wants to be a good neighbor.

Picture and Article by Eric Gross

On Monday, the auto dealership, presented $500 to the Friends of the Putnam Advocacy Center, a group of volunteers that supports the Child Advocacy Center through fundraising and public awareness.

Jennifer Guistino, marketing manager, noted that the donation was part of the monthly Volz Auto Gives Back campaign where charities and non-for-profits are selected to receive donations from the dealer and its customers.

“We are pleased to assist this critically important group of volunteers and commend the work achieved for our  children,” said Guistino.

Marla Behler, executive director of the Putnam CAC and Christopher York, president of the board of the Friends of the CAC, thanked the auto dealers for its generosity.

York explained that his board works to “promote the CAC’s mission while creating fundraising opportunities. As a government agency, the CAC is restricted from seeking private donations and foundation grants. Our organization has broadened the scope by assisting in coordinating public events to further serve our community.”

Behler added the “best hope for stopping child abuse before it occurs is supporting child abuse prevention programs within our county.”