Automotive Central Christmas Fundraiser for King's Harvest Ministries


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Posted Online: Dec. 07, 2012, 10:32 am
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Press release submitted by King's Harvest Ministries


Automotive Central will have a Christmas fundraiser for King's Harvest Ministries during the month of
December. Automotive Central will donate $5.00 to King's Harvest from every regular priced oil change.
Regular priced oil changes are $29.95. Automotive Central has two locations at 200 S 14th Avenue in
Eldridge, IA and 2607 Hickory Grove Road in Davenport, IA.
King's Harvest is a non-profit 501c(3) organization that serves the poor and homeless in the Quad Cities and is located in Downtown Davenport. They offer the following services to the less fortunate: hot meals, shelters, groceries, pet assistance, and various other emergency needs.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Anne McVey,
Fundraising Coordinator for King's Harvest Ministries, please call 563-508-4170.


















 




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