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The Indiana County Chamber of Commerce announces a new initiative to recognize excellent work being done by Indiana County teachers and students. The initiative, in partnership with the Colonial Family of Dealerships, highlights various students and teachers from each of the seven county public school districts as well as Indiana County Technology Center (ICTC) throughout the school year, and will culminate with the Indiana County Excellence in Education Awards in the spring 0f 2023. One student and one teacher will be selected, with each being awarded a brand-new automobile donated by Colonial. Charles “CJ” Spadafora, owner of Colonial Motor Mart and Colonial Toyota, stated that he had been looking for a way to give back that would help to shape the future members of the community. “Our company wants to give back to the community and felt as if the next generation and the teachers who are educating them do not get a lot of recognition,” Spadafora explained. “This is our way of saying thank you for allowing our family to be here for over 75 years, and we hope that we will be here for at least 75 more.
IUP Athletics vision includes offering a consistent nationally competitive program and to deliver a premier student-athlete experience for over 400 student athletes each year. Colonial has been a pillar of the IUP Athletics donor community for a very long time. Click here to learn more about the IUP Athletics program.
The Indiana Little League Complex is now sporting 3 brand new turf fields. It was a labor of love for the Colonial Auto Group and the Chuck Spadafora Family Fund, which provided $100,000 of the $275,000 cost. Colonial is proud to support the Indiana Little League as the Spadafora family has had a strong connection with this field for generations. The hope is that the new turf will provide more enjoyment for the little league teams of Indiana.
Starlit Night, hosted by the Summit Church, Indiana, PA is an elegant parade experience for individuals with special needs, ages 15+. The attendees participate as the STARS in the parade of cars down Philadelphia Street. Following the parade, the attendees enjoy an evening outdoors full of surprises, live music, dancing, dinner, and a drive down the red carpet. The elegant evening has truly bonded the Indiana community together over the past five years. The response continues to grow each year. Colonial is proud to sponsor this event and be a part of making this a night to remember! Visit the website to learn more about the Summit Church of Indiana.
Colonial is proud to be a support the Indiana Youth Hockey Association. This association promotes youth sports and aid families in affording travel hockey fees for the Indiana youth. Learn more about this organization by visiting
Colonial Motor Mart of Indiana recently made a donation of $10,000 to Family Promise of Indiana County as the non-profit celebrates its 10-year anniversary. Family Promise is an organization that brings the faith community together to help homeless and low-income families regain housing, independence and their dignity. The group fights homelessness and poverty by providing families with the necessary tools and resources to sustain a good life.
Fifty families from Indiana County Early Head Start received both entire Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Each meal was delivered personally by the family’s EHS educator. Colonial participated by donating hams for each family. For more information visit https://www.indianacountyheadstart.org/
United Way of Indiana County is a local non-profit organization whose goals are to bring resources into the Indiana County community that will help to strengthen it, and to ensure that those resources are used in such a way that the greatest impact can be achieved. In order for United Way to maintain that kind of track record, it relies on the solid spirit of volunteerism that thrives in Indiana County, and on the generous donations it receives. Colonial Motor Mart donated $100 for every vehicle sold in the month of December, 2020. This $10,000 donation has helped to make a greater impact on the health and strength of the community we call home.
Visit their website for more info on how you can help.
Colonial has been happy to support the Chevy Chase Community Center and local Soup Kitchen. This non profit organization engages the Indiana Community to empower the disadvantaged population of Indiana County with love, nutrition, education and involvement. They offer various programs that help to feed residents who need nutrition, which is a start to aiding them to meet many other needs. For more information on how you can help this organization, visit https://chevychasecenter.org/
Colonial Auto Group has been a proud sponsor of several organizations in the Indiana area. We are proud of the partnerships we have had with several local charities over the years.