MotorWorld donates to Family Service Association

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MotorWorld Toyota donated $1,500 to Family Service Association of Northeastern Pennsylvania in support of the 10th Annual Pauly Friedman 5K Family Walk/Run held Aug. 5 at Misericordia University. Over 180 individuals took part in the 5K with proceeds raised benefiting Help Line/2-1-1, a program run by Family Service Association. Help Line/2-1-1 serves 17 counties across Northeastern Pennsylvania as an information and referral service and first response point for crisis calls. This is a free and confidential service available 24/7. A total of 85,420 callers were connected to resources last year alone. To reach Help Line, simply dial “211” or text your zip to 898211. For more information, visit pa211ne.org. From left, are Tom Foley, Help Line/2-1-1 director, Family Service Assoc. of NEPA; Rick Osick, president, MotorWorld | MileOne Autogroup; Amber Loomis, chief advancement officer, Family Service Assoc. of NEPA; Bob Edwards, brand manager, MotorWorld Toyota.

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