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The Proctor Dealerships, which consists of Proctor Acura, Proctor Honda and Proctor Subaru, are proud to play an active role in bettering our community through a variety of ways.


Through our Community Window Project, The Proctor Dealerships are teaming up with local organizations to 

help spread awareness about their mission and to assist in fundraising for their cause. In each of our dealerships, visitors will find a unique window display, curated by our  community partner to showcase their mission and community impact. 

Introducing our Community Partner

A Full Summer logo

Introducing our Community Partner

The mission of A FULL SUMMER, INC is to feed children and their families during the summer months, fund local school food pantries during the school year, and focus attention on childhood food insecurity in our community.

According to data from Feeding America, 22% of children in Leon County — 1 in 5

children or 11,830 children in Leon County alone — face food insecurity.

Donations to AFS made through the Proctor Dealerships Service Departments will

help support these pantries, which are a critical lifeline to our community and children.

It costs $10k annually to stock and monitor each pantry. The Hope 24/7 Food Locker is a separate initiative, and AFS continues to underwrite the monitoring fee for the 2024/2025 school year.

Please consider donating directly to AFS or signing up for one of the future “Snack Pack” volunteer events!

For other inquiries, please contact AFS directly at info@afullsummer.org or (850) 893-0602

About ‘A Full Summer’ Program

Community Window Gallery

Community Window

Displays In-Store

A Full Summer Check Presentation Donation

In early 2013, Tracy Ippolito, Becky Liner, and Laurye Messer pitched the idea of hosting a meal assembly to St. John’s Episcopal Church. Their idea was to have 200 volunteers from all parts of the community gather to pack meals for food insecure children. St. John’s agreed, but the only date the fellowship hall was available was June 1st. 


Afterwards the friends learned that Summer was a critical time for food insecure children because school was out and free and reduced-price school meals were not available. So, the trio decided to focus on food for the summer and the name A FULL SUMMER was born!


With support from Second Harvest of the Big Bend, St. John’s Episcopal Church, First Baptist Church of Tallahassee, and hundreds of volunteers and supporters, the three friends coordinated the first A FULL SUMMER on June 1, 2013. The rest is history!


In 2018, A FULL SUMMER added school pantry sponsorships to its mission. A FULL SUMMER exists because the people in our community saw a problem and didn’t wait for others to address it. Together, the people in our community are doing something about childhood hunger and in the process, we’re showing love for our youngest neighbors.

Learn more about A Full Summer, Inc. and their community impact here on their main website!

Service your Vehicle & Support our Community

Service Your Vehicle & Support Our Community

For customers using the service departments at any of our three stores, we would like to invite you to help us support AFS by rounding up to the nearest dollar on your service transaction! 

Thank You For Your Support!

Because of your support through direct donations and rounding up your total at checkout in our Service Departments, you helped us raise $1,139.99 for United Way of the Big Bend!

About ‘A Full Summer’ Program

Featured Initiative: Food Pantries

Featured Initiative:
Food Pantries

For the 2024-2025 school year, A FULL SUMMER is helping to sponsor Leon County School food pantries and underwriting the monitoring fee for the Hope 24/7 Food Locker at Sabal Palm Elementary School.


Thanks to your generous donations, A FULL SUMMER was also able to provide a refrigerator or freezer for several pantries, which allows children and families to receive chicken, pork, and beef as well as nutritious frozen fruits and vegetables.


AFS is proud to help sponsor food pantries in Leon County Schools including:
Apalachee Elementary School Market
Astoria Park School Market
Fairview Middle School Market
Governors Charter Academy
Hartsfield Elementary School Market
Oak Ridge Elementary School Market
Pineview Elementary School
Palmer Monroe Teen Center School Market
RAA Middle School Market
Rickards High School
Riley Elementary School Market
Ruediger Elementary School Market
Sabal Palm Elementary School Market
Second Chance
Springwood Elementary School Market
W.T. Moore Elementary School Market
Walker Ford Community Center School Market

Featured Initiative:
Sabal Palm Elementary Food Locker

Featured Initiative:
Sabal Palm Elementary Food Locker

In 2022, thanks to generous donations from the community, A FULL SUMMER partnered with Second Harvest of the Big Bend to establish a 24/7 food locker at Sabal Palm Elementary School.
The lockers, which are temperature controlled, hold 30-pound boxes of food which can make up to 25 meals.

Families can call the school to request a box, and then pick it up anytime day or night, enabling them to have twenty-four hour access to fresh food.


How To Help? Donate!

Did you know that 40% of children who attend Leon County Schools qualify for free or reduced-price meals? For many of these kids, meals at school are their only dependable source of food. Food pantries ensure children and their families have food at home.


Your generous donation does not only help purchase food during the summer months, but also helps with stocking, refrigerating, and operating food pantries. Working with Second Harvest of the Big Bend, A FULL SUMMER helps keep local families fed all year long.













2639 N Monroe St, Building C-300 • Tallahassee, FL 32303 • Phone: 850.385.0504

For more information about A Full Summer, please contact us at info@afullsummer.org or (850) 893-0602

For more information about the Proctor Dealerships Community Window Project, email sarah_demont@proctorcars.com.

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