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Although AAA has served our communities through emergency roadside assistance for more than 100 years, we also help by raising awareness for local charitable organizations. Recently, AAA has designed a fleet of special tow trucks, each representing an important philanthropic orginization that we support. While the tow trucks perform AAA roadside assistance as they always have, these unique new designs serve as reminders of how we can help those around us. Here are the organizations you will see represented on AAA’s newly designed fleet:


American Cancer Society: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer raises critical funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research, provide free, comprehensive information and support to those touched by breast cancer, and help people take steps to reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it is most treatable. Find out more at makingstrides.acsevents.org.

The vision of the Make-a-Wish Foundation is to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life threatening medical condition. A wish come true can empower these children to fight harder against their devastating illnesses. Learn more at www.wish.org.


With nearly 40,000 adults and children competing yearly, the Special Olympics of North Carolina has grown to be one of the largest and most recognized within the organization. Visit www.sonc.net for more details. 


Rohr Rockstars takes on the complicated task of helping children with extended illnesses to reach their academic goals and become lifelong learners. Check out www.rohrrockstars.org for more information. 


The Harvest Center of Charlotte serves the community by offering transition programs to men and women affected by poverty and homelessness. Visit www.theharvestcenter.org to learn more. 


With a mission of empowering injured men and women to build a brighter future for themselves and their families, Paralyzed Veterans of America creates solutions for the unique challenges they face. See www.pva.org to learn more. 

When you are driving around town, keep your eye out for these special trucks. By being on the road reguarly, these specially-designed sevice vehicles help spread awareness about the organizations they represent. To learn more about AAA charity partnerships, visit AAA.com/Cares.


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