Posted January 11, 2022

“Help Day” supports multiple community organizations

For the past eight years, Keller Bros. Auto Repair has turned “Hump Day” into “Help Day” to provide extra support to local charities in the Littleton and metro Denver communities. Entering its ninth year, this fundraising campaign begins 2022 with a focus on helping those impacted by the Marshall fire.

“Running a business comes second to our commitment to supporting our community and doing everything we can to help those in need,” said David Rogers, COO of Keller Bros. “This fire has brought devastating loss to so many, including the senior director of the Denver Dachshunds Rescue and Transport – a non-profit organization that is near and dear to our heart.”

During the month of January, for every oil change on a “Help Day,” which includes Wednesday’s Hump Day and Thursdays, Keller Bros. is donating $5. These monies will be shared directly with the family of the senior director of the Denver Dachshunds Rescue and Transport (DDRT), who not only lost her home in the fire, but saw her parents lose their home as well.

Additionally, Keller Bros. Auto Repair is a collection center for durable goods for these devastated families in need. Items collected will be delivered to the Sister Carmen Community Center in Lafayette and through A Precious Child collection center at Flatiron Crossing in direct support of fire relief. The most immediate needs include food, hygiene, and baby items. Also, gift cards for food, clothing, and supplies are of great value to help this community survive and recover.

“We are known for supporting the south metro community, but we truly are focused on helping those in great need wherever they may be,” added Rogers. “We are a family-run business that has created an even larger family with our team, our customers and our surrounding – near and far – communities.”

Oil change customers who share the news about “Help Day” via their social accounts on Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #HumpDayisHelpDay will have an additional $1 added to the $5 donation.

If you’re unable to get an oil change with us or drop off items to donate, but would still like to contribute to the recovery for the family of the DDRT’s senior director, please visit their Go Fund Me page here.

To learn more about the Denver Dachshunds Rescue and Transport, visit https://ddrt.org/

For information on the Sister Carmen Community Center, visit https://sistercarmen.org/ and A Precious Child / Marshall Fire Response, visit https://apreciouschild.org/marshallfireresponse/

Categories: Hump Day is Help Day