Twilight Wish Foundation recently received a generous donation from Ally Financial on behalf of its relationship with Lafferty Chevrolet of Warminster, Pennsylvania. Ally account executive Taryn Solomon, Jack Lafferty and Jackson Lafferty of Lafferty Chevrolet presented the $5,000 check to Twilight Wish Foundation’s Director of Wish Management, Michelle Bowren.
Founded in Doylestown in 2003, Twilight Wish Foundation is the first national wish granting organization for the elderly. Since its founding twelve years ago, Twilight Wish has granted the wishes of over 2,320 seniors throughout the U.S. The funding received from Ally Financial and Lafferty Chevrolet will be used to grant wishes for deserving, low-income elderly.
“Twilight Wish is proud to receive this grant from Ally and Lafferty Chevrolet towards our wish granting program,” said Forkin, founder and chairman of the board of Twilight Wish Foundation. “Many more seniors will have their wishes granted, thanks to their generosity.”
About Lafferty Chevrolet: Since 1960, Lafferty Chevrolet has been providing exceptional service to its customer. Lafferty Chevrolet has a strong commitment to local community. The dealership sponsors local sports organizations, scouting organizations, local projects and has a drive and win program with local schools. Over the years, Lafferty Chevrolet has led the area in car and truck sales and delivers from Maine to the Carolinas. In addition, Lafferty Chevrolet has an award winning Service and Parts Department with all the latest equipment. With all the modern changes in the automotive industry, we are constantly training our technicians and our sales, service and parts consultants.