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Earnhardt Auto Centers hosts baby formula collection drive May 16-30

In response to the national baby formula shortage, Earnhardt Auto Centers is collecting formula to support families in need. Earnhardt has teamed up with The Society of St. Vincent de Paul and @ArizonaMommies to host drop-off sites. 

If you have unused baby formula at home that you don’t need anymore, please help put it in the hands of families who do. Donations can be dropped off from May 16-30 at any Earnhardt Auto Centers location, in the St. Vincent de Paul donation boxes. They will accept all types of sealed, non-expired formula, including single-serving packets, liquid bottles, cans and sample sizes. 

While the thought is appreciated, please don’t purchase additional formula for this drive. Instead, let’s keep available baby formula in the stores for people who need it! To help with other ongoing needs of St. Vincent de Paul and their partners, you can also donate sealed packages of wipes at any Earnhardt Auto Centers location. Diapers, including open packages of unused diapers, are also welcome!

Arizona Mommies is an online forum and community connecting local moms. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international non-profit organization dedicated to serving the poor and helping those in need. 

Decades later, Earnhardt Auto Centers still provides “No Bull”

Now a household name in the Valley, Earnhardt Auto Centers has a long history of community service. The No Bull Charities group encourages employees to donate via payroll deductions to different charities, and employees also volunteer at community events. 

Tex Earnhardt started Earnhardt Auto Centers with one location in Chandler in 1951, ultimately growing to 16 brands at 17 locations throughout the Valley, Prescott and Las Vegas. Tex became well-known as a straight-shooting cowboy with his famous catchphrase, “That ain’t no bull.” You can easily find a local spot to donate to this drive. Visit NoBull.com to find the Earnhardt location closest to you!

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Carolyn Sostrom is a long-time Arizona resident who loves desert sunsets, warm weather and zumba. As a writer, she’s covered technology, medical and travel topics.

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