Auto Auction Donates to Children’s Charity

By Staff Writer November 12, 2023 261

Clark County Auto Auction, with the help of its employees, friends, and business associates, has donated $33,222 to Childplace Family Services.

Childplace Family Services houses and treats children who have been removed from their homes by the courts for abuse, neglect or other chaotic issues.

Childplace offers therapy services, educational support, and opportunities for spiritual growth inside a structured environment, while also providing opportunities to play, exercise, socialize and participate in community activities. There are currently 50 children in the care of Childplace.

While Childplace provides many services to care for the needs of our displaced youth, they often grapple with the mounting costs of providing gifts during the holiday season. With help from businesses like Clark County Auto Auction, Childplace can meet its goal of providing “a want, a need, an article of clothing, and an item to read” to each child in their care. Donations are also used to purchase stocking stuffers and group gifts.

“I’m so excited we were able to reach our goal! I want to give a special thanks to everyone that helped us get there,” said Paul Fetter, general manager of the Clark County Auto Auction “Thanks to our many customers, vendors and friends that made donations. Thanks to the local car clubs and enthusiasts for all their hard work and fund raising. And thanks for all the hard work put in by the CCAA Employees and their families and friends.”

For the last 7 years, Clark County Auto Auction has made a goal of raising at least $20,000 to support the efforts of Childplace Family Services. Through fundraising events like a Classic Car Show and a Halloween Trunk-or-Treat, CCAA hopes to continue this tradition for years to come.

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