Burke Presents Donations from Company Program

Claire Burke, Doug Burke and Francey Burke, left, of Burke Motor Group present a check to Avalon Lions Club members, right, during the Burke Promise Check Presentation at the dealership’s Court House location.

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Burke Motor Group recently presented four checks, totaling $16,605, to the local charitable organizations that received donations from the second round of the dealership’s Burke Promise initiative.

The organizations are Avalon Lions Club, Beacon Animal Rescue, Disabled American Veterans Chapter 44 and Holy Redeemer Health System of NJ Shore.

The Burke Promise, launched in January 2019, reaffirms the dealership's commitment to its customers and community. Through the Burke Promise initiative, for every vehicle purchased, the dealership makes a donation to one of four local charitable organizations chosen by the customer. Burke selects new charitable organizations every six months, through a voting process by the public, to be of the most benefit to the community at large.

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