NAPA Joins TBC's Charity Campaign
NAPA Auto Parts is joining TBC Corp.'s Aligned in Hope campaign to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Kevin Herron, president of U.S. automotive for Genuine Parts Co., which owns Napa Auto Parts, says supporting the charity is part of the company's "overall commitment to community service."
Ronald McDonald House Charities provide more than 1.4 million overnight stays to families each year, helping families save more than $443 million in out-of-pocket expenses, including lodging and meals. Aligned in Hope provides support to the charity and its network of local chapters.
After leaving the hospital, families receive a special membership card offering lifetime discounts on tires and maintenance services at any Tire Kingdom and NTB Tire & Service Center in the United States.
Tire Kingdom and NTB Tire & Service Centers also provide discounted services for Ronald McDonald House shuttle vehicles used to transport families. And TBC employees additionally support the local chapters.
“We welcome NAPA Auto Parts to the Aligned in Hope family. NAPA’s generosity will allow us to provide support and resources to more families during their child’s medical journey,” says Kelly Dolan, president and CEO of the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
“At TBC giving back is a great part of what we do. We support a broad spectrum of initiatives and organizations throughout the year that enrich the lives of the people who live and work in our communities. We couldn’t make that happen without the support of corporate partners like NAPA Auto Parts. Working together we continue to leave everything better,” says Brian Maciak, executive vice president, general counssel and chief compliance officer at TBC Corp.