This past August, Rivertown Toyota served as the central location for collecting clothing donations for Safe House Ministries. The donation drive collected and delivered ten large boxes of clothes.
Over the past 17 months, Rivertown Toyota has consistently participated in community events that have affected the greater Columbus area. Charles “Chuck” Easters, General Manager for Rivertown Toyota continues to develop donation and volunteer events with community leaders. “When I arrived here in Columbus in April 2019 to assume the GM position at Rivertown Toyota, I made it my mission to get our dealership involved in the community,” said Chuck.
From April to December, Rivertown Toyota has participated in 15 community events and has been featured in local television and internet news. Chuck then joined and currently helps with the service projects of the Muscogee Rotary Club of Columbus, representing Rivertown Toyota and Group 1 Automotive, which provided additional charity support throughout the year.
Safe House Ministries supports the homeless with a day facility providing meals and resources, offers a free substance abuse program, and supports those incarcerated in the Muscogee County Jail with education, discipleship and substance abuse assistance.
For more information on Safe House Ministries, visit Safe House Ministries.