INDIANAPOLIS (August 2, 2017) – Crew Carwash, a long-standing Hoosier-based carwash organization, announces today that it is donating $94,259 to Big Brothers Big Sisters, thanks to the generous donations of their customers.
As part of its eighth annual Crew for Kids fundraiser, which took place Saturday, July 29, Crew Carwash committed to donating 50 percent of all Works washes and Ultimate washes, at all 30 locations to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Crew also accepted cash and credit donations at all locations throughout the day.
“As we continue our initiative to help improve the lives of children across the state of Indiana we were proud to partner once again with Big Brothers Big Sisters for the eighth year in a row,” said Sally Grant, executive vice president of Crew Carwash. “Our team members look forward to our Crew for Kids fundraiser every year and we are ecstatic to be able to donate so much this year thanks to the kindness of our customers.”
To see pictures from the Crew for Kids fundraiser, click here.
About Crew Carwash
Founded in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1948, Crew Carwash is one of the largest exterior-only carwash companies in the U.S. and has been honored as a “Top Workplace” by the Indianapolis Star, “Best Places to Work in Indiana” by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and “Top Small Workplace” by The Wall Street Journal. To learn more about Crew Carwash or find a location near you, visit www.crewcarwash.com.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Big Brothers Big Sisters ensures that the children in its program achieve such measurable outcomes as educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors, higher aspirations, greater confidence and better relationships. This mission has been the cornerstone of the organization’s 111-year history. With over 300 agencies across the country, Big Brothers Big Sisters serves nearly 170,000 children (“Littles”), their families and 170,000 volunteer mentors (“Bigs”). Learn more at www.bbbs.org