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Get Ready, Get Set, Race to 300!

Get Ready, Get Set, Race to 300!

Attention MTH Nation! Once again it's time for our annual Race to 300, a sales event that not only makes a difference on your wallet, but in your community, too!


Need even more reason to pull the trigger on that truck you’ve been hemming and hawing about? It’s the time of year where purchasing a vehicle at Your Minnesota Truck Headquarters will benefit some great causes.

That’s right — it’s our Race to 300 event! Between October and November, we’ll donate $200 to your choice of four charities when you purchase a vehicle at MTH. And if you work or volunteer for one of the four organizations, we’ll double your contribution to $400.

Our goal: to donate $90,000 total to these great charities. To do it, all we need to do is sell 300 vehicles over 61 days. And that’s why we call it the Race to 300.

Attention MTH Nation! Once again it's time for our annual Race to 300, a sales event that not only makes a difference on your wallet, but in your community, too!

 

Need even more reason to pull the trigger on that truck you’ve been hemming and hawing about? It’s the time of year where purchasing a vehicle at Your Minnesota Truck Headquarters will benefit some great causes.

That’s right — it’s our Race to 300 event! Between October and November, we’ll donate $200 to your choice of four charities when you purchase a vehicle at MTH. And if you work or volunteer for one of the four organizations, we’ll double your contribution to $400.

Our goal: to donate $90,000 total to these great charities. To do it, all we need to do is sell 300 vehicles over 61 days. And that’s why we call it the Race to 300.

- MTH Is Partnering With The Following Charities -

Mission: Honor our nation’s heroes by providing quality hunting, fishing, and outdoor programs.

Who They Help: Military personnel, including active and retired.

How They Help: Putting together outdoor adventures for active military and vets affected by post-traumatic effects. Works with organizations including the DAV® of Minnesota.

 

Mission: Create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.

Who They Help: Youths who need help, guidance, or mentorship.

How They Help: By matching volunteers — known as Bigs — with young people for monthly hangouts.
Mission: To provide a safe place for victims of domestic abuse and to achieve systems change that reduces violence.

Who They Help: Victims of domestic abuse, including women and children.

How They Help: Providing access to shelter services and trauma-informed care as well as child and youth programs, community advocacy programs, and prevention and education programs.
Mission: Giving animals a second change at a happy home and a happy life.

Who They Help: Abandoned, neglected, abused, and elderly animals as well as veterans and inmates.

How They Help: Giving animals treatment and care, giving them the best chance to find their “FUR-EVER home,” and working with veterans suffering with PTSD and rehabilitating inmates.

- 2020 Winners -

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota


Since 1969, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Minnesota has believed that in every child is the potential to succeed and thrive. We make meaningful, professionally supported matches between Volunteers and youth. BBBS of Central MN serves youth between the ages of 5 and 21 across a five county service area: Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, Morrison, and northern Wright County.

ConnectAbility of Minnesota

 
ConnectAbility of MN provides inclusive events and a wide range of transportation and home-based services to carry out our mission of empowering individuals with physical and invisible barriers to achieve their potential. We work with individuals young and old, from seniors hoping to stay safely in their home to children with special needs or veterans hoping to return to work.
ConnectAbility of MN collaborates with new and existing partners in a deliberate effort to avoid duplication of services. We utilize existing resources in each community we serve. Our unique approach also supports for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations.

Tri-County Humane Society


Celebrating their 45th year of being incorporated to serve the central Minnesota area, the Tri-County Humane Society has helped rehome and provided medical assistance to thousands of pets in need of a second chance. In addition to providing some much-needed TLC, every animal at Tri-County Humane Society also receives a behavior and medical exam, including basic shots and spay/neutering (if needed). Last year alone they performed more than 2,000 surgeries on shelter pets, the majority of them in their surgery center, right behind the main shelter building. Now this organization is growing even larger as they begin building a new shelter to accomodate more pets in need. In their own words: "Your support comes at a very great time."

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WACOSA

 

From a grassroots organization, WACOSA has grown dramatically over the years, serving over 650 adults with disabilities having one or more cognitive and/or physical challenges. WACOSA’ s services are provided at our five program locations, located in Waite Park, St. Cloud and Sauk Centre, MN.
 

Our programs provide a wide variety of personal life enrichment activities, employment and career options, and volunteering and community connection opportunities. The clients we serve help us develop an ever changing, wide ranging, menu of services that meet their individual goals, needs and dreams.

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