TWCC Cars & Coffee for a Cause, December 2014. 4th Quarter recipient: Children's Cancer Recovery Foundation. Thank you to all who came out as well as brought toys for the toy drive.
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".
The Woodforest Charitable Foundation in conjunction with Dana Pritchard, The Woodlands Car Club, donated to the Montgomery County Women’s Center along with several other nonprofit agencies. David Gottlieb and Kim Marling of the WCF made the donation to the Women’s Center as well as to New Danville, Montgomery County Youth Services and Habitat for Humanity. Cathie Gillum, MCWC board president, accepted the donation on behalf of the Women’s Center.
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Corvettes, classics and causes — The Woodlands Car Club revs up!
Sean Rizk and Dana Pritchard built a business out of nothing in the spring of 2003. “Sean was born in Iowa, but grew up in Houston — his Dad took him to Indy 500 races when he was a boy,” says Dana, who was born and raised in Staten Island, NY, then lived in Perth, Australia for three years. “But now The Woodlands is home. I’ve been here for 26 years.”
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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.