Since 1965, Teen Challenge of Arizona has been combating the drug and alcohol problem in Arizona with amazing results... a documented 86% success rate!
a nonprofit recovery program supported by donations from caring
individuals, family members, community organizations, local businesses
and churches, they're also getting the word out about substance abuse prevention and education. To learn more about this organization, click here.
Restoring Hope. Transforming Lives.
HopeKids provides ongoing events & activities and a powerful, unique support community for families who have a child with cancer or some other life-threatening medical condition. We surround these remarkable children and their families with the message that hope can be a powerful medicine.
Audi North Scottsdale was proud to assist HopeKids in May 2013 by providing a vehicle as a hole-in-one giveaway for its golf tournament this year. To learn more about this worthwhile organization, please visit them by clicking here or visit www.hopekids.org.
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David Silver, Audi Brand Specialist, was the lucky iPad winner in our Toys for
Tots raffle. Mark Reicks, General Manager of Audi North Scottsdale, is presenting the lucky winner with his new Apple iPad.
This year's fundraiser event is guaranteed to be BIGGER & BETTER than the last two. We've set a lofty goal of making it an even more fun and engaging event as we strive to double last year's fundraising results!
Come enjoy cocktails, progressive dining, live music and raffle while you mingle
with friends around the silent auction and laugh together trying to figure out
who will win the raffle & auction items.
Saturday, December 15, 2013
Phoenix First Assembly, donates thousands of bikes to children in need during each Holiday season. One church member donates all the bikes and they arrive disassembled. This is where Audi North Scottsdale was able to step in and assist.
Mark Reicks, our General Manager, approached the church and offered Audi North Scottsdale's help. What better crew to put together bikes, than a group of trained technicians and dealership employees. Knowing the church had an all-time high of 5,000 bikes to assemble this year, we knew we would need to do all we could to get a jump start on the program to help them out. As a double bonus, we would be assembling them along the pathway to the church during their annual Christmas play, which draws tens of thousands of visitors over the 10 day production. This way, some of the kids who might receive the bikes on a later date, would be able to watch their potentially new bike being assembled right there in front of them.
A crew from Audi North Scottsdale set out to do what we could for the community. We decided to nickname the night "Audi Assist" . As such, we thought it would be fitting to bring our mobile assistance vehicle to the event, and have it on display with the lights flashing. On the side of the vehicle it conveniently says, "Audi Assist". We parked it at the front of the path to where all the bikes were being built, and right next to Mr. and MS. Clause. During the night, Santa began to refer to the car as "his new Sleigh" when kids would ask where his reindeer were. It was a huge hit.
In teams of two, we assembled the bikes for over three hours. Many of the team stayed after the allotted time to help out and get a few more done. Everyone was excited and enthusiastic to help. It was even inspiring to others. The fire department had to come to the church to assist a lady who had some issues during the show. On the way out, they asked what was going on. We explained that Audi North Scottsdale took over the night, and were assisting in assembling bikes as a team. The fireman were so inspired by it, that they're going to get their night shift together and do a bike build as well. They said "If Audi North Scottsdale can sponsor a night, why can't we?"
When the night was over, we assembled over 150 bikes. Just a small dent in the overall number that needed to be done, but a huge impact on those we helped, inspired and touched as a result of the event.