WILKES-BARRE, PA. – GWC Warranty, the best-in-class provider of used vehicle service contracts and related finance and insurance products sold through automotive dealers, recently completed a toy drive to benefit the annual toy shop at Geisinger Health System’s Janet Weis Children’s Hospital.
Thanks to toy and monetary donations from GWC Warranty employees across the country, on Tuesday, December 13, GWC donated hundreds of toys and more than $1,000 to help families of hospitalized children shop for holiday gifts.
Employees pictured with GWC Warranty’s donation are (from left): Mandy Fox, Director of Business Processing; Rob Glander, CEO & President; and Kelli Vinciarelli, Executive Assistant.
The toy drive donation caps off a charitable year for GWC Warranty in which employees contributed to a Christmas in July Food Drive sponsored by the United Way of Wyoming Valley and a school supply drive to benefit Wilkes-Barre’s St. Vincent de Paul Kitchen. The company also sponsored two trucks as part of the Commission on Economic Opportunity’s Food 4 Kids Summer Program, which supplies summertime meals for children who do not receive the same nutritional support that they do during the school year.
About GWC Warranty
Established in 1995, GWC Warranty is the largest, best-in-class provider of used vehicle service contracts in the automotive industry. Named a Motor Trend® Recommended Best Buy for independent dealers, GWC Warranty is committed to providing its dealer partners with service, products, training and technology to make them more successful. GWC Warranty has helped bring a “No Worries, Just Drive” experience to more than 1.5 million drivers nationwide. GWC Warranty, rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, is owned by Stone Point Capital, a Connecticut-based investment firm with aggregate committed capital of more than $13 Billion. For more information about GWC Warranty please visit www.GWCwarranty.com.