It’s Christmas time again and even though most families will be enjoying the holiday season with presents for the little ones and family dinners, some families will be struggling to experience this same joy. At Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin and Toyota City, we believe in supporting our community. This Christmas season we’ve partnered with Emineskin Food Bank and the Wetaskiwin Salvation Army to host a Food Bank and Toy Drive.
Supporting others is one of the core tenets at Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin, so we’re shining the spotlight on a very deserving business, Adeara.
Adeara has worked fearlessly to transform the lives of women who have been struggling with addiction, poverty, trauma, and abuse. The need for addiction recovery services in our community continues to grow, and they’ve set some daring goals to help us build for the future.
In an effort to help Adeara, Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin has donated a brand new 2017 Dodge Grand Caravan. We know that having reliable transportation will serve as a tool towards them being able to provide more services to vulnerable women.
We’re proud of the work Carine Kanangire – Facility Manager, Mark Evans – Vice President, and all Adeara staff put in each day. It’s a wonderful partnership to have with you all.
On Saturday, $3,000 was raised to help the mother who lost three of her daughters in June’s fatal car crash near Wetaskiwin, AB during a Silent Auction and BBQ fundraiser at Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin this past weekend.
“We’ve got a lot of help from the community to pull this off and raise money for her. And hopefully it’ll help her,” said General Manager, Ross North.
Denise Soosay, mother of the girls says, “they were my special babies and now they’re angels.”
Among the donations which were raised, the Legacy Auto Group has also donated a Jeep Liberty to Denise. CBC News joined us for the event, as did the local paper. It was great to have your participation!
On behalf of all of us at Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin, we send our condolences to Denise and her family, and we also thank Safeway for donating a portion of the food for the BBQ, local residents making donations, and everyone who came out to support Denise. Sincerely, we thank you all.
We’re hosting a silent auction & BBQ fundraiser for Denise Soosay and her youngest daughter, to help them make transitions after the devastating loss of Cheyanne, Dominique, and Latesha who tragically lost their lives in a fatal car crash last month.
After meeting with Denise, she shared with us that she and her youngest daughter would like to move to a new home and we’re hoping to help make that a little easier on her.
You’re invited to join us for the BBQ Fundraiser and Silent Auction.
Bonus Donation: $50 from all vehicle sales on July 27-28 will be donated to this cause.
Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin
Address: 3920 56 St, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 2B2
Date: Saturday, July 28
Time: 11:00 am – 2:oo pm
Food and drinks available by donation.
100% of proceeds given to Denise Soosay.
Silent Auction Information:
Date: Saturday, July 28
Time: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Items include but are not limited to Brush Guard, Headache Rack with Lights, Box Liner, 5th Wheel Hitch by Reese, Assorted Truck and Car Tires, Used Cargo Covers, Bug Deflectors, Truck Canopy, Range Rider Topper.
If you would like to make a donation to the silent auction or give a cash donation, your generosity is appreciated and can be dropped off with any of our managers at Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin.
Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin invites you to attend our free fundraiser BBQ this Saturday, in support of Guardian for Children.
There will be awesome motorcycles on location and members of the group with merchandise.
Enjoy a free burger, hot dog or pop!
Collecting and matching donations dollar for dollar.
Donating a portion of every vehicle sale on Saturday to Guardians of the Children.
We hope to see you on May 26, between 11am – 2pm.
Thank you to the Wetaskiwin Community for coming out to our BBQ Fundraiser on May 26 to support Guardians of the Children!
Important Announcement – Thursday, May 17, 2018
Following a break and enter during the night, we regret to inform you that Legacy Dodge Wetaskiwin, located at 3920 56 St., Wetaskiwin, AB is closed for May 17, 2018 as a result of the incident.
We extend our gratitude to the police department who were on scene and those who continue to work the investigation.
To our customers who were booked in for appointments today, your understanding has been truly appreciated and we thank you for that as well.
At this time, the dealership will remain closed for the full duration of Thursday, May 17.