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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 each quarter 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

United Way of the Big Bend Mission:

To be the region’s trusted leader for addressing our community’s most vital concerns.

United Way of the Big Bend Vision:

To raise awareness, mobilize resources and find collaborative, targeted solutions for our community’s most vital concerns.

United Way of the Big Bend Goal:

To support the success of families, individuals and a thriving community.

 

Learn more about United Way of the Big Bend and their community impact here!

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 United Way of the Big Bend by rounding up to the nearest dollar on your service transaction! 

About United Way of the Big Bend:

On February 11, 1943, nine concerned citizens chartered United Way of Leon County with the purpose of raising and distributing funds to charitable and character building agencies. In 1990, United Way of Leon County broadened its scope to incorporate seven neighboring counties, and changed the name to United Way of Big Bend.


Over the years, United Way of Big Bend has remained true to its founding goals. We are dedicated to supporting human service agencies in the big bend region, helping those living in the ALICE population (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed – simply put the working poor) and below, and creating collaborative strategies that result in long-lasting, positive change.

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Support United Way of the Big Bend Featured Initiative: Reading Pals

ReadingPals is a statewide early literacy initiative that provides volunteer mentors for students from Voluntary Prekindergarten to 3rd grade who may need extra help, utilizing one-on-one or small group settings.

 

Every year, ONE in FOUR students fail to graduate from high school on time, and United Way of the Big Bend is changing this statistic. ReadingPals is continuing to work to improve the reading skills of students in Gadsden and Leon County and relies on hundreds of volunteers every year to read one-to-one with students who have been identified as struggling readers.

How It Works:

• Mentors are matched one-to-one with students in kindergarten, first, or second grades
• Mentors report during the after-school setting for one hour a week during the school year

• Mentors choose the school and the day that best fit their schedule

• Mentors utilize a curriculum created by LCS District and UWBB that is tailored to children’s reading needs

• Mentors present each student with a brand new book every week

• Mentors receive training from UWBB and the school district (includes background screening)

• Mentors are matched one-to-one with students in kindergarten, first, or second grades
• Mentors report during the after-school setting for one hour a week during the school year

• Mentors choose the school and the day that best fit their schedule

• Mentors utilize a curriculum created by LCS District and UWBB that is tailored to children’s reading needs

• Mentors present each student with a brand new book every week

• Mentors receive training from UWBB and the school district (includes background screening)

Interested in ReadingPals but aren’t sure you can give a full-time commitment?

There are many other ways to get involved with ReadingPals, including becoming a ReadingPals alternate when a full-time ReadingPals volunteer cannot be there to read with their student, delivering books from our office to the different ReadingPals sites, or putting sponsor stickers on books that allows the student to write their name in their book, as well as see all the sponsors who make ReadingPals possible!

For more information and to register to become a ReadingPals volunteer, please contact Rhonda Cooper at

850-487-8091 or [email protected].

Other Ways to Get Involved!

Interested in other ways to get involved with UWBB?

VOLUNTEER

OPPORTUNITIES

TEXT-TO-
GIVE

Text “UWBBGive”

to 44321

DONATE

ONLINE

VOLUNTEER

OPPORTUNITIES

DONATE

ONLINE

TEXT-TO-
GIVE

Text “UWBBGive”

to 44321

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307 E. 7th Ave. • Tallahassee, FL 32303 • Phone: 850.414.0844

307 E. 7th Ave. • Tallahassee, FL 32303  Phone: 850.414.0844

For more information about the Proctor Dealerships Community Window Project, email [email protected].