TORONTO, July 13, 2015 /CNW/ - Car washes will be held across the country on July 18, 2015 by Krown Rust Control in an effort to raise money for the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada and to set a world record for the most vehicles washed by a single organization in one day.
For $10, Canadians will receive a hand car wash at the second annual Krown Wash for a Wish Car Wash at any participating Krown Rust Control location across the country. One hundred per cent of money raised will be donated to regional chapters of The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada.
"The real reason for this event is to give back to our community and support families in need. While we're aiming to break the world record for the most cars washed in a single day, we know the event will be a success as all of the funds raised will be going to a great cause," says Freeman Young, President of Krown Rust Control. "Our staff across the country are excited for our annual charity car wash. We've been planning this event for the past year and we're ready to wash for a wish."
Children's Wish is a charity that helps Canadian children, families and communities by granting the favourite wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Last year, Krown raised nearly $30,000 for the charity and washed over 3,000 cars. Currently, the world record for the most cars washed in one day is 6,277.
"Krown knows the magic of a wish and with the support of Canadians we can help to create moments of joy that ease the pain of children diagnosed with a life-threatening illnesses," says Anjie Dietrich, National Manager of Corporate Development at Children's Wish. "I am always inspired by the generosity of our supporters and look forward to celebrating the success of this year's Wash for a Wish Car Wash."
The Krown Wash for a Wish Car Wash will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time at more than 200 Krown Rust Control centres across the country. To find the Krown centre nearest you or to make an online donation, visit http://www.krown.com/washforawish/. Follow the Krown Wash for a Wish Charity Car Wash on social media at www.facebook.com/krown and www.twitter.com/krownrust using the #WashForAWish hashtag.
About The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada
The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada is the largest all Canadian wish granting charity dedicated to granting wishes to Canadian children between the ages of 3 and 17 who are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. For more than 30 years, Children's Wish has worked tirelessly to grant heartfelt wishes to more than 22,000 children and their families.
This year, the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada expects to grant over 1,000 new wishes across the country with the help of volunteers and generous donors; that is approximately three wishes each and every day, all year long. Each wish is the child's most heartfelt wish, and carefully structured to meet the particular needs of the child and their family. Children's Wish is a national charity with chapters in every province and territory. Visit www.childrenswish.ca for more information and to donate.
About Krown Rust Control
Established in 1986 Krown Rust Control is 100% Canadian-owned and operated. Recognized as an industry leader, Krown strives to deliver the highest quality product and service through continuous innovation, unique applications and a longstanding commitment to research and development. Well known for offering consumers the most comprehensive warranty in the business and for producing the highest performing, environmentally responsible petroleum based rust preventative on the market, Krown products will not only protect your investment by extending the life of your vehicle, but will also reduce maintenance costs and contribute to a safer car. Krown Rust Control services retail customers and commercial fleets in more than 240 Krown Rust Control Centres across Canada. Visit www.krown.com.
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