Jack Williams Tire donates $15,000 to Allied Services

Jack Williams Tire donates $15,000 to Allied Services

Left to right: Jim Brogna, Vice President for Strategic Partnership Development, Allied Services; Jason Williams, Chief Strategy Officer, Jack Williams Tire; Ryan Leckey, Reporter/Producer of Leckey Live, Newswatch 16 This Morning.

Jack Williams Tire recently presented Allied Services Integrated Services with a $15,000 donation as part of WNEP’s Team Allied Services 11. Proceeds from the campaign support Allied Services work in providing healthcare and human services to individuals with disabilities, life-changing injuries and chronic illness. Traditionally, the Team Allied Services campaign culminates with local runners completing the TCS New York City Marathon on behalf of Allied Services. Although the marathon has been cancelled for 2020, the charity campaign continues to raise funds for vital programs at Allied Services.

Since 2011, Jack Williams Tire has donated more than $145,000 to Allied Services in support of the campaign that touches the lives of local families and individuals. Jack Williams Tire is a third-generation family-owned business with 37 retails stores spread across Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania. Throughout the company’s more than 90 year history, the family has consistently given back to the communities it lives and works in.

“We are proud to be part of Team Allied Services and help to support the meaningful work Allied Services provides to our community” Jason Williams, Chief Strategy Officer, Jack Williams Tire. “We invite our customers to join us in supporting this cause.”

Colleagues and customers at the 37 Jack Williams Tire locations in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania are able to support Allied Services by purchasing footprints in store for $1.