Community

Auburn VW community engagement

 

 

 

 

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We are Teaming up with the Tacoma Humane Society to help save animals at the largest animal shelter in Washington!

 

 


 

 

Thank you to Tyler Lockett, D’Andre Elliott, Trevone Boykin and Kenny Lawler for helping us bless the community this Christmas Season.
 


 

Community

Auburn Volkswagen & Our Community Partners in Tacoma, Seattle & Auburn

Our customers and community are why we do what we do at Auburn Volkswagen. Please take some time today to learn about how we are blessing and making a difference in the community. Contact us if you’d like to learn more about these amazing non-profits that we partner with.


Santa’s Castle & Auburn Food Bank

Auburn VW, in partnership with PMBA, proudly support our local military families on JBLM through Operation Turkey Drop, Operation Ham Grenade, and the Santa’s Castle Program. In support of the Auburn Food Bank & JBLM Santa’s Castle, we raised almost 3,000 pounds of food and lots of toys for children.

www.lewis-mcchord.army.mil

www.theauburnfoodbank.org

Santa's Castle & Auburn Food Bank

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KidCo Productions

KidCo is a community partnership program that offers free school assemblies and resources to assist school teachers and administrators with equipping students with necessary tools to encourage a safe and positive learning environment.

www.kidcoproductions.com

KidCo

Tacoma Rescue Mission

A refuge for those with no place to turn. Serving the homeless and hurting community in Tacoma and Pierce County. Below, Auburn VW at the TRM Fundraiser with special guest, Cooper Helfet!

www.trm.org

Tacoma Rescue Mission
Tacoma Rescue Mission
Tacoma Rescue Mission

Olive Crest

Auburn VW is proud to help end the cycle of abuse within our community. Olive Crest helps break the cycle of child abuse and enable at-risk youth and families to become healthy, productive citizens. From counseling to foster care services to transitional living assistance, Olive Crest offers a broad spectrum of care for abused, neglected, and at-risk children and their families.

www.olivecrest.org


Relay for Life

Relay For Life

Cancer has touched many of us in some way, so Auburn Volkswagen decided to fight back by raising funds and walking in our local American Cancer Society Relay For Life event.

As a team, we are taking action to help eliminate cancer as a major health problem. At our Relay event, we will take turns walking around the track to raise money and awareness to help the American Cancer Society in their lifesaving mission.

Please join our team or make a donation. Saving lives from cancer starts with one team, one participant, one dollar at a time.

Relay for Life

Auburn Young Life

Young Life thinks the world of kids. We believe that they deserve to know what life can hold for them. Young Life leaders are caring Christian adults who share their hope as well as fun and lasing relationships with kids. Leaders are committed to being involved in kids’ lives.

www.auburn.younglife.org

Young Life

Auburn VW Supports Auburn Young Life

Auburn High School students involved in Auburn Young Life were awarded a scholarship to attend Malibu Camp in Canada. This is the third year Auburn Volkswagen has been involved in Auburn Young Life.


D.A.D.S.

D.A.D.S. mission is to give fathers hope by walking together in supportive community, and helping navigate relationship and legal barriers which separate them from their children and families. Stronger Fathers, Healthier Communities.

www.aboutdads.org


Susan G. Komen

The Susan G. Komen organization is the world’s largest nonprofit source of funding for the fight against breast cancer. We couldn’t be happier that we are able to contribute to the cause and help raise awareness.

www.the3day.org


Pierce County Heart Walk

The Heart Walk is the American Heart Association’s premiere event for raising funds to save lives from this country’s No. 1 and No. 5 killers – heart disease and stroke. Designed to promote physical activity and heart – healthy living, the Heart Walk creates an environment that’s fun and rewarding for all.

www.heartwalk.org

Pierce Heart Walk

Eastside Domestic Violence Program

LifeWire envisions a world in which every person lives in a safe environment, free from oppression and with the opportunity to thrive. Every day the abused children, victims and families who come to LifeWire are winning the battle against domestic violence.

www.lifewire.org


Goodwill Olympics & Rainier Region: Jeans and Jerseys for Jobs Day

Every year, thousands of people with disabilities and disadvantages struggle to find jobs in our 15-county service area. At Goodwill of the Olympics & Rainier Region, we believe that by training people with the necessary skills to find employment, we are helping to strengthen families, reduce dependency on government subsidies, and build stronger communities.

This campaign will:

  • Raise awareness of Goodwill’s mission to help people with barriers to employment got to work by providing jobs, job training and educational opportunities.
  • Raise funds to support Goodwill’s job training efforts.
  • Offer employers and employees a fun, easy and affordable way to support their community.

Goodwill Olympics

Goodwill Olympics


Other Organizations Auburn Volkswagen Supports in the Seattle & Tacoma Area

  • American Red Cross Mount Rainier Chapter
  • Auburn Food Bank – Feeding people in Auburn
  • Auburn Young Life – Signature sponsor
  • Auburn Young Life – Golf Tournament
  • Breast Cancer – Susan G. Komen
  • D.A.D.S. – Corporate Sponsor
  • K.C. Leadership Breakfast – Building bridges around Jesus’ Principles in the Northwest
  • Kidco – Anti-bullying in Schools
  • JBLM – Support Our Troops
  • Olive Crest – Strong Families, Safe Kids
  • Presidential Prayer Breakfast – Building bridges around Jesus’ Principles with worldwide leaders.
  • Tacoma Rescue Mission – Providing shelter for homeless, addiction
  • Vadis – Providing opportunities for the disabled