Christopher Medeiros, owner of South Coast Towing Inc., New Bedford, recently donated $10,000 to support 3 programs at Child & Family Services, Inc..
“We are honored that Mr. Medeiros chose to support the vital work we do in the community to heal and strengthen the lives of children and families,” stated Susan Remy, Director of Development. “A donation of this magnitude goes a long way to enhance our programs that provide direct services to those in need.”
“I have had people ask me why I decided to donate to Child & Family Services,” stated Christopher Medeiros, owner of South Coast Towing Inc. “ The answer is simple. When I was a child, I was not raised in a wealthy family of money but a wealthy family of love and support. I have seen unfortunate children that don’t have the love and support that I grew up with and it’s not fair that they don’t have a chance.
We at South Coast Towing Inc. empathize with the families and children that Child & Family Services assist every day. The everyday heroes that we forget to acknowledge is the staff of Child & Family Services who assist these families. I want to say thank you to all the staff of Child & Family Services who make a difference in the lives of these children and their families, each one of you are an extraordinary person.”
Mr. Medeiros went on to say, “We were blessed to raise $10,000.00 thanks to our guests who purchased tickets and attended this event.” Thank you to our generous sponsors: Kia of Dartmouth, Route 6 Auto Mall, Savage Advertising, Couto Construction, Check Collision Center, Top Shelf Bar & Grill, Toyota of Dartmouth, Maaco of New Bedford, Acushnet Police, Black Bass & Grille, Palace Pizza, Rockland Trust and more. This charity event would not have been successful without everyone’s generous donations. South Coast Towing Inc. strongly believes in ‘Pay It Forward’ and everyone that attended, along with the sponsors, helped keep this spirit alive. “I personally thank you all for that,” he added.
“Again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for making a difference in a child’s life, “ said Mr. Medeiros. “May God bless these children and their families.”