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Crown Motor Company in the Tyler, TX Community

Crown Kia of Tyler Supports Local Charities


Here at Crown Kia of Tyler, we understand the importance of supporting local organizations in our community. To support those who do the best work in our area, we strive to lend a helping hand to local charities. Our staff does this in a variety of ways, including charity spotlights, social media promotions, sponsorships, and more.

Some of the local charities that we currently support include The Boot Campaign, MDA of Tyler, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital of East Texas, Pet Fur People, and Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Read on to learn more about each of those wonderful organizations.

The Boot Campaign
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The Boot Campaign started as a fun photo opportunity to show support for military men and women. However, it quickly grew into a full-fledged non-profit group that allows people to support military families through the purchase of combat boots, military-themed apparel, and other merchandise.

In addition to selling merchandise, The Boot Campaign accepts public donations and corporate sponsorships to support their mission.

One goal of The Boot Campaign is to get supporters to wear combat boots when they normally wouldn’t, like with business suit or evening dress. This is guaranteed to get you noticed and can help start conversations about the needs of military men and women and their families.


MDA of Tyler

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The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) of Tyler is the local branch of the national MDA. MDA works to combat muscular dystrophy and other nervous system and muscular disorders by raising funds for research. In addition, the organization helps support the individuals and families affected by these disorders through medical and community services.

Here in Tyler, there is an annual MDA Muscle Walk held in early May. In 2017, the event was held at Robert E. Lee High School. Through this and other national walks, supporters were able to raise over $20,000. However, more support is needed to reach the goal of $33,090 to fund urgent research, support, and treatment.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

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This world-renowned research organization is working hard to fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Here in Texas, we can support this great organization by participating in a variety of events, including runs, golf outing, fund-raising parties, and other special events. All of these events work to raise money to support the research, healthcare, and other activities done by this noble organization.

Because families are never charged for receiving treatment from St. Jude, fundraising is vitally important to keep St. Jude going. Along with event participation, if you want to support this organization, then there are a variety of ways to give back.

Pets Fur People

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Many of us consider our pets to be members of our families, which is why it hurts us to see animals in distress and without loving homes. The Humane Society’s Pets Fur People here in Tyler is passionate about saving abandoned animals and finding them homes.

This no-kill animal shelter has been helping cats and dogs for over 50 years and has saved thousands of animals. They work to care for the animals in their shelter, while working to find them permanent homes with loving families. They are always accepting donations. Their adoption fee is only $150, and it includes the spay or neuter of the animal, a microchip, and vaccinations.

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

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This organization is one of the biggest supporters of funding for breast cancer research. Throughout the year, there are Susan G. Komen events held all across the country.

In May of 2017, Crown Kia of Tyler was a sponsor for the Race for the Cure event here in Tyler. The local Tyler chapter of Race for the Cure has a fundraising goal of $50,000. So far, over $17,000 has been raised. The money raised during the events will go toward supporting local programs for screening, diagnosis, and treatment. Some of the funds will also be put toward national research programs.

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