The Homeless Children’s Education Fund gets a needed financial boost as it works to launch underprivileged kids on a successful path.
EZ Energy USA, as part of its commitment to local charitable foundations, has committed to $40,000 donation to the Homeless Children’s Education Fund in Pittsburgh.
The donation was made by Easytrip stores’ sponsorship of Hundred Acres Manor Haunted house. On hand for the check presentation was Pittsburgh Hockey player Brent Johnson, executives from Homeless Children’s Education Fund and EZ Energy USA
The Homeless Children’s Education Fund is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit serving children and youth experiencing homelessness in Allegheny County. Its vision is that all children and youth experiencing homelessness will receive the necessary educational resources, guidance and opportunities to launch them on a path of success in school and in life.
EZ Energy USA is owner of 24 dealer-operated and 68 company-operated convenience stores in the Cleveland, central Ohio and Pittsburgh areas with the Easytrip Stores, and ampm brands and offering bp and Marathon fuels.