A Windsor RV enterprise has launched an public sale to help a Fort Collins-based nonprofit that works to construct wholesome relationships between youngsters and their dad and mom by way of out of doors recreation.
HWY34 RV, 1111 Southgate Drive in Windsor, gifted a brand new 2021 Journey Lite Peak-9 625SL Truck Camper, valued at greater than $28,000, to Colorado Youth Outdoor for an internet public sale. All proceeds will profit the nonprofit’s mission, in keeping with a information launch from HWY34 RV.
The public sale will likely be open for bids by way of Oct. 1. To take part, go to givebig.hwy34rv.com.
Colorado Youth Outdoor works to construct relationships by way of out of doors recreation. The nonprofit makes use of a mannequin of participation, appreciation, communication and dedication in its recreation curriculum, which incorporates fishing, archery, tenting, capturing sports activities and nature play.
HWY34 RV hopes to boost $20,000 for the nonprofit.
“When trying to find a company to be the recipient of this present, our essential focus was to discover a program that not solely aligns with HWY34 RV’s values but additionally confirmed promise in being an unimaginable life-long accomplice,” Jeffrey Taylor, proprietor of HWY34 RV, mentioned within the launch. “(W)e couldn’t consider a extra deserving group. CYO embodies all of our aspirations after we say ‘house is the place you park it’ with their efforts to construct an enduring connection for households by way of the nice open air.”
The winner will likely be introduced on Oct. 2 on the Colorado Youth Outdoor fundraiser, The Scoot.