Sheehy Infiniti Of Tysons Donates $5K To Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC

Caring Partner Sheehy Infiniti of Tyson's Corner

Our newest Caring Partner, Sheehy Infiniti of Tyson's Corner, donated $5,000 to RMHCDC as part of the Sheehy Auto Stores’ 2016 year end giving program. A total of $151,000 was given to charities in Washington, D.C.; Baltimore, Maryland; and Richmond, Virginia.

RMHCDC is incredibly grateful to be included in Sheehy's generous 2016 giving campaign and look forward to our Caring Partnership with them for the coming year!  Their donation provides a sense of normalcy to children at a critical time.  Sheehy Infiniti of Tysons' gift sponsors a room in one of our Ronald McDonald Houses for one year where seriously ill children, their parents, and their siblings will have a place to call home.  Underserved children in Wards 4-8 of Washington, DC will also have access to no-cost, high-quality, comprehensive medical attention through the KIDS Mobile Medical Clinic/Ronald McDonald Care Mobile.  Families with children treated at Inova Children’s Hospital or on the Hematology/Oncology floor of Children’s National Medical Center will be provided support in a home-like space at our Ronald McDonald Family Rooms within these area hospitals.

Caring Partner Sheehy Infiniti of Tyson's Corner

Pictured from L – R are Towny Townsend, New Car Manager; Neil Fernandez, Used Car Manager; David Waskiewicz, Sales Representative; Nikolay Mursin, Sales Representative; M.K. Phillips, The Ronald McDonald House Charities; Aaron Spicer, General Manager; Montel Saunders, Fill Lucas, Bashoy Shaker and Zack Montano, Sales Representatives.

Photo courtesy of Sheehy Infiniti of Tysons

“Our employees and family of dealerships do much throughout the year in donating time and money for a variety of charities,” said Vince Sheehy, President of Sheehy Auto Stores. “We are grateful for our success and pleased to continue our annual end of the year giving campaign that supports a wide array of causes throughout the Maryland, DC and Virginia areas.”

The families served by RMHCDC thank Sheehy Infiniti of Tysons for their kindness. 

Read more at the Tysons Corner Patch, where this article first appeared.