MotorWorld Toyota in Wilkes-Barre recently presented Allied Services Integrated Health System with a donation of $20,000 for WNEP’s Team Allied Services. MotorWorld |MileOne Autogroupis a long-time supporters of Allied Services, helping to raise thousands of dollars annually for therapy and support services for children with autism served at Heinz Rehab Hospital in Wilkes-Barre.

Earlier this year, MotorWorld Toyota announced that it would increase its support for the non-profit health system by becoming major sponsors of WNEP’s Team Allied Services. Funds raised through the annual charity campaign enable the non-profit health system to invest in advanced rehab technology and services to support the rehabilitation of children and adults with disabilities, life-changing injuries and illnesses.

“We’re proud to support WNEP’s Team Allied Services and Allied Services. This organization has touched the lives of countless people in our community. We know how important access to the right care and rehab technology is to individuals and families who experience chronic illness, disability or a life-changing injury” commented Rick Osick, President, MotorWorld|MileOne Autogroup. “We’re especially proud of our employees and customers who have lent their support to the campaign over the past months.”

In addition to a corporate donation to Allied Services, MotorWorld has helped to raise additional funds for thanks to the support of its customers and MileOne Autogroup employees locally and regionally.

On November 4, MotorWorld employee, Russell Oelschlager, will join 49 other volunteers in running the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon for Allied Services and WNEP’s Team Allied Services. To learn more about the campaign, call 570.348.1407 or visit

Photo ID:left to right, Russell Oelschlager, Service Technician, MotorWorld; Rick Osick, President, MotorWorld |MileOne Autogroup; Charlotte Wright, Director of Special Events, Allied Services; Ryan Leckey, Reporter/Producer, WNEP TV; Jay Thomas, Brand Manager, MotorWorld Toyota; Corey Burns, Assistant Chief Photographer, WNEP TV.