Local relief gets a boost

By on November 19, 2021

Jane Webster, far left, accepts OBX Chevrolet Buick’s $25,000 donation from general manager Marc Hellman, second from left, with Relief Foundation directors Teresa Osborne, Patty McKenna, Tess Judge and Monica Thibodeau.

Outer Banks Relief Foundation

The Outer Banks Relief Foundation kicked off its annual year-end fundraising by accepting a $25,000 donation from OBX Chevrolet Buick in Kitty Hawk to support aid for local families facing unexpected, life-altering crises like cancer and house fires.

“This community has helped OBX Chevrolet Buick grow our business. So, we are honored to participate in the Relief Foundation’s important work lifting up local families when they need it most. We feel proud to be members of this amazing Outer Banks community,” says general manager Marc Hellman.

The Outer Banks Relief Foundation has been providing financial assistance to local families touched by personal tragedy since 2005, distributing over $2 million of relief funding to more than 1,100 local families during crises like organ transplant, ALS and so many more life-changing circumstances.

To participate, text OBRF to 269-89 or visit obrf.org.




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