Gwinnett County, Georgia – September 28-30, 2018 – During this weekend, the Pink Heals Gwinnett County will be hosting a truck dedication and naming ceremony for their Pink Fire Truck. The truck will be given a name and will join a fleet of approximately 100 trucks around the world. The mission of these trucks and the Pink Heals organization is to support local families in the fight against all forms of illnesses.
Event details are still being finalized, however, wanted to get the information out there.
The Pink Heals organization and tour were founded by Dave Graybill, a retired Arizona firefighter who saw a need for tax-based entities such as police and fire departments to show support for families in their communities and provide a mechanism for fund-raising that would keep all monies local.
According to Michael Sayles, founder and president of Pink Heals Gwinnett County, having this truck in place “will continue to help our community to raise awareness to help raise funds that will be kept locally and not given to a corporate charity.”
Pink Heals Gwinnett County will use this truck to conduct home and hospital visits to patients and their families, and will also participate in fund raisers designed to benefit local families or local support groups whose funds are kept within Gwinnett County.
Michael Sayles, president and founder Pink Heals Gwinnett County