STS Aviation Group is proud to announce that it will be working to raise both money and awareness in an effort to support two charities. The first is Autism Speaks, a national organization committed to helping those directly affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The second is The Hope Center for Autism, a local public charter school dedicated to providing children with ASD an individualized, comprehensive and intensive educational program that services students in pre-kindergarten through grade two.
Over the next few weeks, the STS team will sponsor a company t-shirt drive and execute a community bake sale in direct support of both organizations.
The T-Shirt drive will be an internal campaign, and STS employees who donate at least $20 will receive the awesome shirt pictured below. If interested, please contact Travis Shillington, let him know how much you’d like to pledge and that amount will be deducted from your next paycheck. Only those who donate a minimum of $20 are eligible to receive the shirt.
The community bake sale will take place on June 12th at Jammin Jensen. The STS team will have a booth at the event, and we are in need of volunteers to bake the items that will be sold as well as work the booth. If you are interested in either, please contact Brian Boje to pledge your support.
Thanks in advance for agreeing to help us raise money and awareness for this worthy cause. We appreciate your time, effort and/or monetary contributions and cannot thank you enough.