The World Pediatric Project--a nonprofit, humanitarian organization based in Richmond--links medical resources to help heal ill children in developing countries through pediatric surgical, diagnostic, and preventative resources. The Treasures in Paradise auction will raise money to help provide this life-saving care for children in Central America and the Caribbean. Among the items up for bid are luxurious vacations in Italy, Puerto Rico, and Belize. As gold sponsors, Richmond BMW will be on hand throughout the auction.
In addition to its support of the World Pediatric Project, Richmond BMW supports the Richmond community through its sponsorship of the Richmond Jazz Festival, the Richmond Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Circle Center Adult Day Services, the Children’s Hospital Foundation, and more.
For more information about the Treasures in Paradise Auction, contact Marcia Collier at email@example.com or 804.282.8830.
About the World Pediatric Project
The World Pediatric Project (formerly known as the International Hospital for Children) is a nonprofit, humanitarian organization based in Richmond, Virginia. The project links medical resources to help heal ill children in developing countries through pediatric surgical, diagnostic, and preventative resources. It provides care to children all over the world suffering from birth defects, illness, and injury, many of whom are receiving medical attention for the first time. World Pediatric Project also aids in improving indigenous healthcare capacity outside the U.S in order to not only save kids' today, but for years to come. Learn more at http://www.worldpediatricproject.org.
About Richmond BMW
Richmond BMW is proud to serve Richmond and its surrounding communities as the area’s premier BMW dealer, offering all the newest BMW models, a wide selection of pre-owned BMWs and other vehicles, and outstanding BMW service and BMW auto repair. The dealership specializes in BMW financing and top-notch customer service.
Richmond BMW takes a very progressive, customer-focused approach to its car sales. The dealership has a three-day return policy and has “non-commissioned client advisors” rather than salespeople. As a customer-centric, community-oriented dealership, Richmond BMW is very active in the Richmond community, sponsoring nearly 15 community service events each year.
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