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Giles donates money to Dreams Come True

A surprise from one organization to another.

Employees at Giles Automotive collected $5,000 for Dreams Come True then owner, Bob Giles, matched that amount.

The money will go towards granting dreams for children battling life-threatening illnesses.

“We have so many sick kids,” said Becky Prejean, Executive Director, Dreams Come True. “People have no idea how many we have and this will help tremendously. This will grant about four dreams or just help with what I call that ‘oof’ that they need, especially around the holidays. I mean this is just phenomenal.”

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