Stafford, Virginia – G³ Community Services (G³CS), a 501(c)(3) non-profit is proud to announce Sheehy Toyota of Stafford has awarded them with a grant of $10,000. The funds from this grant will allow G³CS to extend their programs supporting local youth, veterans, and those less fortunate to more citizens across Stafford County in 2022.
G³CS Founder & Chairman Vernon Green Jr. says, “Sheehy Toyota of Stafford continues to be a major supporter of G³CS’ work in Stafford County. We are so grateful to have such a positive and ongoing relationship with an amazing community partner over the last 3 years. This award will continue our efforts to bring new and innovative resources to serve the families and students of Stafford County through our programs. We are eternally grateful, and this is a lasting and fruitful partnership.”
G³CS Vice-Chairman Wendy Maurer says, “Sheehy Toyota of Stafford should be commended for its continued support of the Stafford community and G3CS’ efforts to help those in need. We thank you for your generous support.”
“G3 Community Services has such a tremendous impact on our community through their dedication to empower, teach and guide our youth, veterans, and many families,” said Mike Wright, General Manager of Sheehy Toyota of Stafford. “We are thankful for all they do and proud to support their mission.”
G³CS Executive Director Devon Heholt says, “The demand is great in our community and these funds help us provide education, opportunities, and hope to those in our community that may not have access to resources or opportunities. We are excited and thankful that Sheehy Toyota of Stafford continues to be such a trusted contributor, enabling us to do more for our Stafford community.
This grant continues G³CS’ relationship with Sheehy Toyota; in 2020 the non-profit received a $10,000 grant, 2021 a $15,000 grant and now 2022, a $10,000 grant from the auto dealership.
With the goal of improving lives & strengthening communities, G³CS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered in Stafford, Virginia. Founded by Vernon Green Jr. in 2015, G³CS developed and successfully implemented multiple programs benefiting local youth, veterans, aspiring entrepreneurs, and those less fortunate. G³CS leads with a mission to restore, inspire, and empower the family unit through coaching, mentorship, and education, improving lives and strengthening communities. For more information, visit www.g3cs.org.