Surrey auto dealer doling out $3,000 to non-profits in monthly award initiative

Winner will be selected from nominations submitted by the community and anyone who submits a nomination will have chance to win $2,000.

Applications for the monthly award can be completed online at

SURREY — Could your non-profit organization use $3,000?

In an exciting new Community Award initiative, auto dealer Go Dodge Surrey will select a different local non-profit organization or deserving cause every month to receive a cheque for $3,000.

The winner will be selected, by a panel of three judges, from nominations submitted by the community. In addition, anyone who submits a nomination will be entered into a draw for a prize of $2,000.

CLICK HERE To apply for the monthly award.

Whether you’re a community service provider, sports association, social group or any deserving non-profit that works hard in our communities, we want to hear from you.

Tell us how $3,000 would help you in your efforts to make our city a better place.

“Engaging and giving back to the community in which our car dealerships operate is fundamental to the success of the Go Auto Group,”  said Guy Boudreau of Go Surrey Dodge. “We look forward to making life a little easier for deserving causes throughout Surrey.”

Submissions completed by the end of each month will be reviewed by our panel of judges and the chosen organization will be presented its $3,000 cheque later the next month.

Go Dodge Surrey is at 6280 120 St.

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