Dellen Automotive’s Generous Donation
Dellen Automotive, of Greenfield, Indiana, donated a 2014 Chrysler Town and Country Touring Edition, Stow and Go van to Helping Hands for Freedom. Watch the live podcast to see the van up close and personal and hear about all of the features included in this model. This van will be used for the Route For The Brave, as we cross the country on Highway 40, and then raffled off to one lucky winner at the end of the trip.
A Long History with Helping Hands for Freedom
“These guys have been with us for years and are huge supporters of military families and their children, and Helping Hands For Freedom. Helping Hands For Freedom and Route For The Brave is really humbled to have a relationship with Dellen,” said David Roth, Chairman of the Board for Helping Hands For Freedom.
Gabe Montalvo, general manger at Dellen Automotive, understands the struggles military families endure, having served in the military previously.
“Helping Hands For Freedom does a great job helping military people that are wounded or lost a family member. We feel privileged that you let us help you,” Montalvo said.
Nick Dellen, owner of Dellen Automotive, echoed those sentiments.
“We enjoy seeing how passionate you guys are for Helping Hands For Freedom and Route For The Brave. We are excited to be a part of it. It is an honor to be involved with Helping Hands For Freedom. We are donating a van to help with the cause. It makes you feel good as a person when you can make a difference in your community,” Dellen said.
Others can get involved and make a difference, as well.
Adopt a Soldier and Win the Car
Adopt a Soldier with a $22 donation in honor of the 22 soldiers lost daily to suicide. A raffle entry will be entered for each adopted soldier. At the conclusion of the Route For The Brave, Helping Hands For Freedom will give the vehicle away to one lucky winner.