Monmouth County auto retailers support children with cancer

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Monmouth County auto retailers will support The Valerie Fund for a third year.

Circle BMW, 500 Route 36, Eatontown; Circle Chevrolet/Hyundai, 641 Shrewsbury Ave., Shrewsbury; DiFeo Auto Group’s Chrysler Jeep Dodge, 500 Route 72 West, Manahawkin; Manahawkin Kia, 270 Route 72, Manahawkin; Seacoast Chevrolet. 3410 Sunset Ave., Ocean Township; Freehold Ford, 3572 Route 9, Freehold; Jim Curley Buick GMC, 1399 River Ave., Lakewood; Pine Belt Nissan of Toms River, 229-245 Route 37; Pine Belt Nissan of Keyport, 111 Route 36, Keyport; and Pine Belt Cadillac, 71 Route 37, Toms River, have signed up to donate $5 for every new and used car sold through Oct. 31.

In conjunction with this campaign, participating dealership customers will have a chance enter a sweepstakes to win a new car.

The Valerie Fund has supported comprehensive health care services for children with cancer and blood disorders since 1976. The seven Valerie Fund Centers are located in major hospitals in New Jersey and treat more than 5,000 patients annually. The Valerie Fund treats the medical, emotional, social, and developmental needs of children with cancer and has a staff of counselors, psychologists and specialists who treat the entire family.

“We were astounded by the generosity New Jersey auto dealerships have exhibited for the children of The Valerie Fund. The $1.3 million raised over the last two years has allowed us to expand our services to treat our children and families. We are thankful for the continued support for a 2016 New Jersey Auto Retailers Unite campaign,” said Bunny Flanders, director of Marketing and Communications at The Valerie Fund.

For more information and an updated list of participating dealership locations, visit www.njautoretailersunite.com.