Welcome back to our 6th Annual Race To 300 Sales Event! Each year, Minnesota Truck Headquarters partners with local organizations to give back to your community. During the month’s of October and November, we donate $200 of every vehicle purchase to one of four local charities. And if you work or volunteer for one of the four organizations, we will double your contribution to $400.
Our goal is to donate atleast $60,000 total to these great charities. To do it, we just need to sell 300 vehicles. And that’s why we call it the Race To 300. Now keep in mind that there is NO CAP on this event! 400 vehicles? $80,000. 500 Vehicles? $100,000. So on and so forth. We can’t wait to see how big of an impact we can make this year!
MTH of Forest Lake is also participating in this year’s Race To 300 as well! Click *HERE* for more details!
Central Minnesota K-9 Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organized for the purposes of help with funding for various police canine animal needs.
United Way of Central MN’s mission is to improve people’s lives in our community by mobilizing the caring power of Central Minnesota.
Henry’s Heroes is a non-profit organization that gives back to local Central Minnesotan NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) families in need of assistance.
Eagle’s Healing Nest provides a non-government space for veteran families to find healing from invisible wounds of war such as PTSD, anxiety, and addiction.
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.