CMA Awards 2016 NADA Grants

Phyllis Robertson, Page One Shenandoah Manager, receiving the check from Carolyn Kite KygerCMA is an active participant in the NADA Charitable Foundation Ambassador Program, through which we provide financial support to local community organizations. When CMA names an Ambassador, we make a contribution of $10,000 in the Ambassador’s name, or in recognition of someone living or deceased, to the NADA Charitable Foundation.

Page One was the first recipient of the Ambassador grant in honor of Carolyn K. Kyger. After almost 38 years with the CMA organization, Ms. Kyger recently retired as Vice President, Human Resources. Ms. Kyger chose Page One because of the outstanding work they do in the Luray/Page County community. Pictured here, Carolyn Kyger (right) presents Phyllis Robertson, Page One Shenandoah Manager, with their grant check.

CMA awarded three other NADA Ambassador grants this year to Jefferson Area Child Health Improvement Program CHIP), the Salvation Army of Charlottesville, and the Petersburg Library Foundation.

Pictured below left: Liza Borches, our CEO, presents Jon Nafziger of CHIP with their grant. Below right: Liza presents a grant to Antonio Rice of the Salvation Army.

Jon Nafziger, Jefferson Area CHIP and LizaLiza and Antonio Rice of the Salvation Army
Categories: People, Philanthropy

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