Mechanicsville Toyota donates van to GFCFS Food Pantry
June 26, 2016
Donated van will be used to collect food donations
for GFCFS Food Pantry
On Tuesday, July 12, 2016, Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services received a 2014 Ford E-350 Super Duty van donated by Page Auto Group. Larry Page, owner of Page Auto Group and Tanner Hulette, general manager of Mechanicsville Toyota, personally delivered the van and handed over the keys to GFCFS executive director Sally Graham. Also on hand were long time GFCFS Food Pantry volunteers Clinton Nicholas and Mike Hill who are very excited to have this replacement for the current vehicle which is over 20 years old with no heat or air conditioning. Volunteers use the van every week for tasks in support of GFCFS programs including picking up donations for the Food Pantry and the Clothes Closet and transporting materials for the Home Repair program. The new van’s first assignment was moving wheelchairs for the Free Clinic.
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