David Maus VW Employees Read to Children

Employees from the David Maus Automotive Group Literacy Project volunteered their time to read books to children attending Kids Together Childcare this past Tuesday. Ten people read books to groups of children ages 2 through Pre-K for an hour and then donated 50 Winnie the Pooh books.

The Literacy Project was formed in 2010 as an outreach program for employees with the David Maus Automotive Group to become involved in helping schools by reaching out to students through reading and fundraising. Fundraisers have been held at all four David Maus dealerships, such as book drives and raising money for Library posters.

The Literacy Project is under the CARE Program which is an acronym that stands for Courageous and Respected Employees. The Purpose of this program is to reach out to organizations that have a direct impact on the lives of kids and offer employees VIP benefits within our service and sales departments; family pricing on all vehicles, discounts on servicing your vehicles, and many more perks.

Kids Together Childcare in Oviedo is a nurturing, safe and supportive childcare program designed to provide a wide range of enriching and recreational activities in order that every child discovers a joy in learning and develops a positive self esteem. From infant care to after school care, they provide age-specific activities designed to enhance a child’s growth.

To get your class signed up for a volunteer reading visit www.care-program.com

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