TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - On Saturday Mike’s Carwash partnered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Indiana and Ohio for their annual Mike’s Mentors Kids fundraiser.
For the entire day half of all proceeds of all ‘Works washes’ went to the organization.
Last year they were able to raise more than $92,000 for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
“It’s proven that one-on-one mentoring has a significant impact on young people facing adversity,” Bill Dahm, CEO of Mike’s Carwash stated. “Big Brothers Big Sisters does an exceptional job – we’re proud to partner with them and offer our customers a chance to do a little something that will have a big impact.”
If you would like to help give to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Terre Haute, you can visit Mike’s Carwash at South US Highway 41 until 9 p.m.
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