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Company or website namehttp://www.wheelsforwarmth.org/
Do you want any slogans or taglines on your logo?Looking for a design that can be used in branding a worthwhile annual event to raise money for emergency heating funds
Who we are:Vermonters helping vermonters Help your nieghbor this winter
Describe your company and organization and target audience.
Support emergency fuel assistance for Vermont families in need
Provide DMV-inspected, affordable tires ($25 and less) to Vermonters in need
Recycle unwanted tires, reducing the number in our rivers and along our roadways
Since 2005, Wheels for Warmth has raised more than $300,000 for emergency fuel assistance, sold nearly 15,000 safe donated tires, and recycled more than 25,000 unsafe tires.
Montpelier, VT – Vermont’s “Wheels for Warmth” program is ready to roll out heating assistance funds for this winter, thanks to its 12th consecutive year of strong community support. Preliminary numbers for 2016 show the program collected a total of $52,000 for emergency fuel assistance programs, sold 2,250 safe tires, and recycled 2,500 donated, unusable tires.
Two sale locations at Dubois Construction in Middlesex and Casella Construction in Mendon, along with 13 tire drop-off locations, made it possible for more Vermonters to take part in the program. People started lining up at both sale sites well before dawn on October 29 to find safe, affordable winter tires.
Proceeds from both sales benefit heating assistance programs at community action agencies around the state, such as Capstone Community Action, BROC Community Action in Southwestern Vermont, Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity in Northwestern Vermont, and Northeast Kingdom Community Action.
Donated tires were inspected by Department of Motor Vehicle officers, and those deemed safe were sold for a maximum of $25 each on Oct. 29. Tires not meeting standards were recycled through Casella Waste Management. Casella donates 100 percent of the $4 recycling fee to home heating programs.
“Every year I’m humbled by the community of volunteers who come together to make this event possible,” said Lt. Governor Phil Scott. “They give whatever they can so that ‘Wheels for Warmth’ can continue to keep Vermonters safe and warm through the winter. The only sad part – and I feel this every year – is that there aren’t enough tires for everyone who needs them. But that’s what drives us to keep doing this year after year, and we will be back next October ready to help even more.”
Since Lt. Gov. Scott established the program, “Wheels for Warmth” has raised $365,000 for emergency fuel assistance, put back into use 16,950 safe, donated tires, and recycled more than 27,869 unusable tires.
“Wheels for Warmth” would not be possible without the generosity of: Casella Waste Systems, Bond Auto, Vianor Tire, WDEV/Radio Vermont Group, VSECU (Vermont State Employees Credit Union), Jet Service Envelope, Associated General Contractors, Dubois Construction, Casella Construction, Inc., Newton Construction, McKenzie Meats, WOKO, KOOL 105, Village Grocery, Dick Mazza’s Store, Maplewood LTD, Chip Percy and the Percy Crew, OMYA, Pete’s Tire, Accura Printing, Capitol Grounds, Booth Brothers Dairy, McGullicuddy’s Irish Pub, 94.5 “The Drive”, Best Western Inn and Suites, Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles, ADA Traffic Control, and WorkSafe. With their help, all costs associated with promoting and implementing “Wheels for Warmth” are covered without using program funds.
Check KOOL 105 out at Wheels for Warmth this past Friday!
The design should have the following:Not Available
This logo will be used for:Print (business cards, letterheads, brochures etc.)
Online (website, online advertising, banner ads etc.)
Merchandise (mugs, t-shirts etc.)
Signs (including shops, billboards etc.)