DodgeCares Donates Over $58,000 To Local Charities

03/28/18 by NP Dodge Marketing/Advertising

Omaha, Nebraska - A total of $58,754.00 was presented to 15 local, nonprofit organizations located throughout eastern Nebraska and western Iowa from DodgeCares, Inc. The check presentation was held at the NP Dodge Sarpy Sales Office in Papillion. Special speakers included Colonel John Flosom, Founder of Wounded Warriors; and Mary Talen, Director of Development with Youth Emergency Services (YES). Joining the DodgeCares Board of Directors were NP Dodge leadership, residential sales associates and employees who contributed throughout 2017 to the charitable program. 

"Thank you to our amazing agents and employees for their contributions. We’re so proud of this program and the help that it provides to our community! The NP Dodge team of agents don’t have to give - but they do with great pride and generosity. And of the many amazing nonprofit organizations in our region that make sure the food and housing needs of our community and its people are met... we applaud each and every one of them for continuing to make this a better place to live. " said Mary Robson Rensch, President of the DodgeCares Board.

DodgeCares, Inc. contributions are for the following nonprofit charitable organizations: Open Door Mission; Siena/Francis House Homeless Shelter; MOHM's Place/New Visions Homeless Services; Lydia House; Stephen Center; Habitat for Humanity of Omaha; Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity; Habitat for Humanity of Sarpy County; Together Inc.; Wounded Warriors Family Support; YES-Youth Emergency Services; Rebuilding Together Omaha; Heart Ministry Center; Council Bluffs Housing Trust Fund; Joseph's Coat/Washington County Food Pantry.

A 501(c)(3) exempt charitable organization founded in 2002 by agents of the NP Dodge Company, 
DodgeCares, Inc. collects and distributes tax-deductible contributions from NP Dodge sales associates, employees and the general public. The company’s continuous support of the community stems from the belief in people and nonprofit agencies that work to make Omaha and its surrounding areas an even better place to live, work and raise a family.

You may contact Mary Robson Rensch, President of DodgeCares Board of Directors, at (402) 690-6279 for more information about DodgeCares, Inc. and its work in the region.

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