Glendale auto dealer joins Salvation Army water drive for summer months

Sanderson Ford is a drop-off site between May 7-23

Posted 5/6/21

A Glendale auto dealership is teaming up for a water drive benefiting The Salvation Army.

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Glendale auto dealer joins Salvation Army water drive for summer months

Sanderson Ford is a drop-off site between May 7-23

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A Glendale auto dealership is teaming up for a water drive benefiting The Salvation Army.

Ford and its philanthropic arm, Ford Motor Company Fund, are joining Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix and Valley-wide Dunkin’ locations to launch the 9th annual Fill an F-150 Bottled Water Drive and help The Salvation Army provide vital hydration throughout the hot summer months.

From May 7-23, all 13 Metro Phoenix-area Ford dealerships are collecting cases of water to support The Salvation Army and its Emergency Disaster Services program, which provides hydration, respite and safety information to those in need at heat relief stations in Metro Phoenix on days with excessive heat warnings. According to Maricopa County Public Health, there were a record 207 confirmed heat-associated deaths in Maricopa County in 2020, with more cases still under investigation.

Taking part is Sanderson Ford, 6400 N. 51st Ave., Glendale.

“The Salvation Army considers the scorching Arizona heat our natural disaster, so it is an Emergency Disaster Services response, and bottled water donations are vital to the effort,” The Salvation Army Metro Phoenix program coordinator Maj. David Yardley stated in a news release. “Tens of thousands of people will receive life-saving hydration because of this partnership.”

Hurricane Harbor Phoenix will provide a half-off any day general admission coupon (good for up to six admissions and redeemable online) to each person who donates at least one case of water (standard 16.9 oz., 24 or more bottles) at any metro Phoenix-area Ford dealership. The discounted daily admission coupons are redeemable during the 2021 season.

In addition, Dunkin’ will provide a coupon for one free medium coffee and one free classic donut redeemable through June (limit of one coupon per person; must donate 1 case of 24 or more bottles). Quantities for both offers are limited.

Ford’s goal is to collect 150,000 bottles of water during the water drive in support of The Salvation Army. To date, the Ford Fill an F-150 water drive has collected approximately 750,000 bottles of water for The Salvation Army.

Ford will jumpstart the drive with a $20,000 grant in support of the water drive and other Salvation Army programs courtesy of Ford’s Operation Better World Phoenix program.

Those interested in donating a case of water in support of the Fill an F-150 Water Drive may drop off water at Sanderson Ford from May 7 through May 23.

Call Sanderson Ford at 623-842-8600 for details.

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