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International Autos did a toy Drive for PAH, we received many wonderful gifts that were sent to the children in our program. These children are either battling some form of cancer or suffering from the side effects of the treatments for cancer. Some are home bound and cannot be with friends or at school for all of the activities that holidays have to offer. We send them holiday boxes for Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day, Easter and their birthdays. International Autos was one of the many donors who helped to make the Christmas season extra bright for 237 families! Thank you for your support! Chari Perl
Our friends at International Subaru in Sheboygan, Wis., are wonderful! They deliver meals regularly all year long and are willing to go above and beyond. Every December they take the time to drive to an area floral store to pick up hundreds of poinsettias and bring them to our Meals On Wheels site. This often involves multiple trips and is during the busy holiday period. Yet, it happens year after year. The colorful plants are then distributed to our homebound, elderly and disabled clients who relish the beautiful flower and are grateful that people took time out of their day to bring a smile and show love. Thank you International Subaru for Sharing the Love!
I'm a second grade teacher at Jackson Elementary School in Sheboygan, WI. As summer 2015 was coming to an end and the school year was approaching, I was anticipating the annual shopping trip to retrieve student supplies, and spending money out-of-pocket (as all teachers do). It was just then that I received an email from Katy at International Subaru announcing that they saw my profile on a website called "Adopt a Classroom". She went on to explain that they have decided to adopt my classroom and donate school supplies, including books, whiteboards, notebooks, folders, markers, pencils, erasers and many other supplies, for my students. I was absolutely humbled by International Subaru's generosity and kindness. I was stunned when Katy and another employee came to my classroom on a late summer day to deliver all of the wonderful donations they collected from employees and customers. Little did I know that some of my students this year would be struggling to meet their basic needs. The supplies we received has made a difference in their learning, as well as their lives. When they came to "Back to School Night" and saw supplies set out on their desk, I could see the excitement and joy spread across their faces. Thank you, International Subaru, for not only giving us supplies for a successful school year, but for bringing happiness into our classroom!
I had just became the Volunteer Coordinator for the Sheboygan County Humane Society in October. While I was still trying to get events to put together, I received an email from Amanda Sinkenberg telling me about the Share the Love event. I was blown away by Amanda and the rest of the staff for all the incredible work that they did. I always knew that if I had a question or concern they were always willing to meet and we would work through it. The day of the event came and we were ready to shine. I brought a van load of animals for people to see, and all the other animals that came for Pictures With Santa. It was amazing, All I heard from guests was how wonderful the event was. In the two weeks since we have heard from so many people that they were at the event and decided to adopt an animal from us. Now working here at the Sheboygan County Humane Society, we have one goal "to find Forever Homes". So anything that helps get our animals into a good home is awesome. We here at the shelter are so grateful for this event and all the good it has done. I would just like to say again how incredible that Amanda and the rest of the staff was. All the staff and animals here at the shelter would just like to say THANK YOU SO MUCH.
International Auto in Sheboygan, Wisconsin blessed two struggling families in the Sheboygan area with Christmas decorations and gifts! The first family is a family that came to Sheboygan as refugees. They don’t speak much English and one of their children is disabled. They came to Sheboygan with very little and International Auto helped give them a wonderful holiday season. The second family is a Sheboygan family with three wonderful boys that a needed a little extra help this holiday season to give their children a happy holidays. International Honda allowed two families and five total children be able to celebrate the holiday season together and with warm holiday wishes.