WPS has been part of TWCC since it's inception in 2001, and has helped raise and donate over $100,000 to local non-profit organizations in Montgomery County. Thank you to all of our customers and enthusiasts who have generously donated and participated in these events over the years, and who continue to support our mission in "Using Our Cars to Give Back to the Community".

Change for Charity Program Continues

Posted at http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/woodlands/news/life-in-the-woods-change-for-charity-program-continues/article_c7a3d880-c872-55e9-a845-23c4e3256aea.html

life in the woods: Change for Charity program continues

Change For Charity: Market Street — The Woodlands’ Change for Charity program continues as Market Street’s General Manager Jill Liccioni presents a donation of $2,300 to the Montgomery County Pet Partners, a nonprofit committed to enhancing the quality of life in individuals through the human-animal bond. As an added bonus, The Woodlands Car Club’s “Coffee & Cars for a Cause” donated an additional $500 to Montgomery County Pet Partners. Market Street’s Change for Charity Program represents the coins voluntarily deposited by shoppers into Market Street’s curb-side Change for Charity receptacles during the third quarter of 2010. Since the inception of the program, Market Street has donated more than $50,000 to Montgomery County-based non-profit organizations. In this photo: (top left) Jill Liccioni (Market Street — The Woodlands), Dana Pritchard (The Woodlands Car Club), Carolyn Wong (Montgomery County Pet Partners) and Harley the dog.

Car Club Gets in Gear to Help Three Charities

Posted at http://woodlandslifestylesandhomes.com/car-club-gets-in-gear-to-help-three-charities/

(L-R) Gail Walker, Marion Fischer and JoAnne Lowry of Montgomery County Women’s Center; Dana Pritchard, The Woodlands Car Club; Mayor Gary Watts; Vicki Richmond, Woodforest Charitable Foundation; John Bracken and Jennifer Ashley of Montgomery County Youth Services; Barbara Lowrie,The Friendship Center; and Michael Richmond, Woodforest National Bank

Woodlands Car Club revs up donations

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Woodlands Car Club revs up donations for Woodforest Charitable Foundation, benefiting three local nonprofit agencies

Woodlands Car Club Revs Up Donations

Photo Caption:Vicki Richmond, Woodforest Charitable Foundation; Barbara Lowrie, Activity Coordinator for The Friendship Center; Steve Sanders, CEO of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands/Chairman of MCYS; Andy Dill, MCYS Board Member; John Bracken, Executive Director of Montgomery County Youth Services; Dana Pritchard, President of The Woodlands Car Club; Kim Marling, Executive Director of Woodforest Charitable Foundation; Donna Wick, Director of Outreach and Communications for Montgomery County Women’s Center and Michael Richmond, Vice Chairman of Woodforest National Bank

Businesswoman, classic car lover gives back through club

Posted January 29, 2014 at http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/spring/news/article/Businesswoman-classic-car-lover-gives-back-5185373.php

Woodlands Performance & Suspension co-owner Dana Pritchard has been a member of The Woodlands Car Club for more than a decade. Pritchard was instilled with a strong interest in the automotive community by her father, who has long been a Corvette fan.

“(My dad and I) were invited to come along to the first car club meeting that a few local enthusiasts were having, and have been involved ever since,” she said. “I am always open to new interests and a challenge, so this was a great opportunity for me.”

Car club meets every first Saturday for Cars and Coffee for a Cause

Posted on June 30, 2014 | By Alan Fossler at http://blog.chron.com/thewoodlands/2014/06/car-club-meets-every-first-saturday-for-cars-and-coffee-for-a-cause/

The Woodlands Car Club meets every first Saturday at Market Street at 9-11 a.m. for Cars and Coffee for a Cause, where club members seek donations from the public benefiting a different local charity every fiscal quarter.

Howard George, of The Woodlands, waves to friends as he parks his classic 1958 Chevrolet Impala during The Woodlands Car Club's Cars and Coffee for a Cause Gathering at Market Street on Sunday morning. On the first Sunday of the month, the Club hosts a gathering of antique, classic, and hot rod cars with the entry money going to area charities. Photo by David Hopper

Howard George, of The Woodlands, waves to friends as he parks his classic 1958 Chevrolet Impala during The Woodlands Car Club’s Cars and Coffee for a Cause Gathering at Market Street on Sunday morning. On the first Sunday of the month, the Club hosts a gathering of antique, classic, and hot rod cars with the entry money going to area charities. Photo by David Hopper