This year, Jeep enthusiasts, companies, clubs, communities, and you, join Adventure Chrysler Jeep Dodge for the Northeast Ohio Jeep Road Rally. Funds raised will go to support the work of the Chardon Healing Fund.
Online PR News – 06-April-2012 – Willoughby, Ohio – Jeeps are icons of America, forever tied to freedom, capability, and adventure. And every Jeep Owner has a unique story to tell, a rich heritage of traditions and folklore that are symbols of personal pride. These things make us who we are. We just have to do it, and so we do.
This year, Jeep enthusiasts, companies, clubs, communities, and you, join Adventure Chrysler Jeep Dodge for the Northeast Ohio Jeep Road Rally.
Funds raised will go to support the work of the Chardon Healing Fund.
Join us for this very special fundraiser, meet your fellow Jeepers, and show what it means to be a Jeep Owner.
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What is the Chardon Healing Fund?
From the United Way of Geauga County:
The Chardon Healing Fund serves as a leader of community collaborations and as a conduit of support from many generous businesses, individuals and organization to the families and community directly impacted by the profound events at Chardon High School that occurred on February 27, 2012.
To facilitate the long term recovery and healing of the community from the profound events at Chardon High School, we commit to the following:
*first and foremost, to address the immediate needs of the families directly impacted by the event effectively, and
*to foster the on-going emotional and physical well-being of Chardon School system students, staff and the greater community.
The Chardon Healing Fund (CHF) is committed to support the immediate and long term recovery and healing of the larger Chardon community. This will involve enhanced collaboration and cooperation in achieving the best possible level of outcome for the community. CHF commits to the following:
*100% of the funds collected will be directed to meet the charitable vision and mission of the CHF.
*All members of the Advisory Board will serve as volunteers.
*Full transparency and accountability while respecting the confidentiality of donors, families and other recipients.
*Encouraging all existing groups with aligned objectives to collaborate with the CHF in accomplishing our mission.
*Gathering and evaluating all pertinent information in order to optimally allocate the resources entrusted to our care.
For more information, contact:
Kimm Leininger, LISW
United Way Services of Geauga County
209 Center Street
Chardon, OH 44024
P: 440-285-2261 ext. 222