Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group Demonstrates Ongoing Commitment to Chester County Community

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DOWNINGTOWN, PA — The Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group continues its long-standing support of the local Chester and Delaware County community through partnerships, donations, and volunteer work. As a proud member of the community for 40 years, the auto group remains dedicated to giving back and making a positive impact.

Recently, Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group made a financial contribution to the Business Leaders Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS) scholarship program. Our goal as not only a business, but members of the community, is to provide opportunities to students who may need financial assistance to obtain private education. “On behalf of Saints Philip and James School in Exton, I wish to express my appreciation to the Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group for their sustained participation in the Business Leaders Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS) Scholarship Program,” says Sister Teresa Ballisty, principal of SS Philip and James School. “Additionally, again this year, Jeff and his team have offered a loaner car to bring even greater visibility to our annual Thanks-For-Giving car raffle, our largest fall fundraising initiative, to support our school’s operations and curriculum investments for our students’ future.” Saints Philip and James School was recently recognized as a 2023 National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.

Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group has partnered with many other local schools in the area, including Bishop Shanahan High School, in support of students and staff. “Bishop Shanahan High School is extremely grateful to the Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group’s support of the PA Tax Credit Program.  This program is our primary source of tuition assistance and directly impacts the lives of current students and their families. Many of these young men and women would not be at Shanahan without the generosity of community members like Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group,” says Bishop Shanahan Principal, Dr. Robert Moran.

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The Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group is proud to play an active role in the local community through partnerships with various organizations outside of education as well. One such partnership includes our annual sponsorship of the Marine Corps League of Chester County Detachment 286, in honor of Corporal Brandon Hardy, Amputee Golf Outing, where we support the honorable efforts of our servicemen and women. Over the last two months, we have been proud to attend and sponsor events such as, The Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show held at Ludwig’s Show Grounds, The Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix, and the Volkswagen L’oe Show in Pottstown, PA. We are very excited to announce our new partnership with the sisters of Zeta Tau Alpha, Eta Gamma chapter of West Chester University, in support of their 10th annual Breast Cancer Education and Awareness 5k walk on October 21st, 2023! These partnerships reflect our commitment to being more than just an auto dealership; we are an active participant in the vibrant tapestry of our local communities, supporting events and organizations that enrich the lives of those around us.

Looking ahead, the auto group plans to continue its community outreach through additional donations, volunteer days, and partnerships with local nonprofits. Giving back will remain a core part of the Jeff D’Ambrosio Auto Group culture and values.

“We view our dealership as more than just a business, but as a member of this community,” said D’Ambrosio. “Our customers are our neighbors and friends, and we want to positively impact as many lives as we can here in Downingtown and our surrounding communities.”

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