Originally posted by Sara Croft
Jill Johnson, President of the Century 21 Scheetz Charitable Foundation, stopped by our office this week to present a $2,425.00 donation to support our mission. In addition to our annual Bingo Bonanza event, Century 21 Scheetz continues to raise money for children and adults with disabilities and special needs throughout the year.
This donation was the result of a campaign with IndyCar driver Josef Newgarden who surprised Josiah and his family during this year's Indy500. Josiah received a room makeover from Century 21 Scheetz, complete with signed gear from Josef Newgarden and tickets to attend the race with the Century 21 team. Josef Newgarden signed one of his helmets, and Century 21 Scheetz used the helmet to raise money for Easter Seals Crossroads.
Pictured below is Patrick Sandy, President and CEO of Easter Seals Crossroads, with Jill Johnson of Century 21 Scheetz.
Easter Seals Crossroads thanks Century 21 Scheetz for their generous contribution. This donation will go towards supporting our mission - to improve the lives of children and adults with disabilities, special needs or challenges by promoting inclusion, independence and dignity.