Announcing our Gallon Give Back Program!
In spirit of the upcoming holiday season, Advantage Oil is excitedly rolling out our first ever “December Gallon Give Back” program! Two local community foundations/organizations have been selected in NY and PA, in honor of the financial, educational, emotional and support services that they provide to our fellow community members, friends, families and customers. We will be donating $0.03 cents per gallon to these organizations on EVERY gallon of heating oil and kerosene we deliver throughout the month of December in their respective states. It is our way of “giving back” and saying “thank you” to them for all of the services and benefits that they “give” all year round to our local communities! See below for more information about the program and the foundations/organizations that we will be donating to.
CAN'T HURT STEEL
The Can't Hurt Steel Community Foundation's vision is to provide grants to assist patients and family members that are experiencing a catastrophic illness or loss to help alleviate some of the financial and emotional stress associated with those life-changing events. They also support health and wellness within the community by providing free or low-cost wellness programs close to home; connecting businesses, organizations, and individuals with resources that foster physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being.
Click here to download a pdf flyer about our program to help the Can’t Hurt Steel Community Foundation and visit their website to learn more about how the foundation helps those in need in our area.
CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
The Center for Developmental Disabilities is a 501 (C)3 non-profit community based organization located in Milford, Pennsylvania whose mission is to provide early learning educational, and behavioral support to the children in the community. They are committed to serving children with developmental disabilities and delays in an educational setting that meets their individual needs.
Click here to download a pdf flyer about our program to help the Center for Developmental Disabilities and visit their website to learn more about their programs and services for our local area children.