Earlier this year, Halladay Subaru generously donated $10,000 to Climb Wyoming to help create brighter futures for struggling single mothers and their families across Wyoming. Climb is a statewide nonprofit whose mission is for low-income single mothers to discover self-sufficiency through career training and placement. The funds will be used for Climb’s comprehensive program of job training and placement, mental health counseling and life skills training’s for low-income single mother families in the area.
“We appreciate this generous donation from Halladay Subaru,” said Ray Fleming Dinneen, Climb Founder and Executive Director. “In Wyoming 48% of single mother families with children under the age of 5 live in poverty in 2015. We are very grateful that Halladay Subaru recognizes this need and is able to support us through this donation.”
“The team at Climb Wyoming makes an incredible, life-changing impact on the lives of the women who enter their program. And the women who complete their program, after overcoming so much, are an inspiration. We are proud of our partnership with Climb Wyoming, and excited to help them bring their services to more women in need.” said Jim Casey, Vice President/General Manager of Halladay Auto Group.
For more information about Climb Wyoming, visit www.climbwyoming.org.