Good Hearts Help Raise $215,000 and Raffle Off a New 2020 Mercedes
Thanks to the good hearts of so many supporters in our community, the Good Hearts Auction & Raffle was able to raise $215,000 for the participating nonprofits involved in this year’s PM Group fundraiser event: The Children’s Shelter, Respite Care of San Antonio, SA YES, Soldiers’ Angels, Central Catholic High School, Guide Dogs of Texas, San Antonio Sports, and God’s Dogs. Without each bid and raffle ticket purchase, we would not have been able to make such a big impact in the funds needed for each organization to continue pursuing their critical missions.
Not only did each nonprofit win big this year, but one lucky raffle ticket purchaser felt like they won the lottery! Shirley Lee of San Antonio owned the lucky ticket that was picked for her choice of a 2020 Mercedes C300 Sedan or a 2020 Mercedes GLA 250 SUV! Normally a driver of a pickup truck, Shirley will now be behind the wheel of a 2020 Mercedes GLA 250 SUV! Thank you for your ticket purchases in support of God’s Dogs, Shirley, and congratulations on your new ride!
Although our event looked a bit different this year, COVID-19 wasn’t going to keep us from continuing our annual tradition of giving back to our community and we are thankful to those who participated that didn’t let it keep them from generously giving to make this all possible.
About The PM Group: The PM Group was founded in 1988. For over 32 years, the agency has continued to grow and is San Antonio’s largest advertising agency. The PM Group’s client roster spans numerous industries including automotive, CPG, entertainment and sports marketing, legal, business services, non-profit, real estate and fitness. In addition, the agency hosts an annual Charity Gala that to date has raised millions of dollars for local San Antonio area non-profit organizations in the last 15 years! In the past 10 years, The PM Group has raised both directly and indirectly over $12 million for these charities. It is our way of giving back to the community that we so humbly serve.