Arlington Heights Ford Supports Arlington Heights Firefighters’ MDA Boot Drive with Proceeds from Every New Facebook Fan

No Cost to Facebook Fans of Arlington Heights Ford
Starting now until the end of April, Arlington Heights Ford will be making a $2 donation to the Arlington Heights Fire Department MDA Boot Drive for every person that hits the “Like” button for the Arlington Heights Ford fan page on Facebook.


Front page graphic The Cardinal found on the official website for Arlington Heights Ford that links to the Arlington Heights Ford Facebook page.

Three easy steps …
[1] Click on this link, www.facebook.com/arlingtonheightsford
[2] then click on the “like” button
[3] Click on the ‘FILL THE BOOT’ logo, enter your name and email address and click the submit button.

The rest is up to the Arlington Heights Ford vehicle dealership on West Dundee Road. Arlington Heights Ford will make a $1 donation under your name (no cost to you) and match that with another $1 from Arlington Heights Ford. It will not cost Arlington Heights Ford Facebook fans anything and all the proceeds from Arlington Heights Ford will go to AHFD MDA. There is no ceiling into how much the charity can raise, so the more the better!

The AHFD MDA Boot Drive will be held this year on May 11th — a few weeks earlier than last year’s drive. We hope that everyone can come out and join us again. The Luciano Ortiz family (8yr old with MD) will be out there again along with Seth to help support the cause. Individuals and companies can also donate directly to IAFF Local 3105 — iafflocal3105.org/mda/. Look for the RED DONATE BUTTON on the web page.

The Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) was formed in 1950
to combat neuromuscular diseases through …

1) basic and applied scientific investigation
2) local comprehensive programs of medical and support services, and
3) widespread professional and public health education.

Since 1954, Firefighters have stood by MDA in the fight against neuromuscular disease, striving to make a difference in the lives of those affected by muscular dystrophy and related diseases. There are 26 families in Arlington Heights alone, that rely on MDA services to assist their families.

Videos from last year …

Interview with MDA Fundraising Coordinator Amber Pichiotino and MDA Ambassador Seth Goldberg, including ‘Fill the Boot’ scenes at Arlington Heights Road and Palatine Road in Arlington Heights.

VIDEO: More scenes while fundraising for MDA at Arlington Heights Road and Palatine Road on Friday, June 3, 2011.

The Arlington Heights Ford Facebook page had 1,055 “Likes” when this article was published at 10:48 a.m. Thursday, April 19, 2012. Act now, there’s less than two weeks left.