Stewart’s Shops COO Worked Shift at Cropseyville in Honor of Holiday Match

The Cropseyville shop raised over $7000 to be donated to Holiday Match this Holiday Season for nonprofit organizations for children. Chad Kiesow and Flavor the Cow putting money in a bucket for Holiday Match.

Stewart’s Shops chief operating officer Chad Kiesow worked a shift on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at our Cropseyville shop located just east of Troy, NY.

As our new COO, this was the third shop shift that Chad Kiesow has worked because of the success these shops had during the 2023 Holiday Match season.

The Cropseyville shop was chosen because it collected one of the largest amounts this year. Dedicated partners and generous customers in the area helped raise over $7000 for the program!

In total, customers donated more than $1 million during the 37th year of the Holiday Match program. That means more than $2 million will be distributed to local nonprofit organizations that benefit children after factoring in the Stewart’s match.

If you’re a local 501c3 organization that benefits children under 18 there’s still time to apply! We are accepting Holiday Match applications through January 31.

Applying online for Holiday Match is easy and only takes a few minutes. Our goal is to help as many organizations as possible. During last year’s Holiday Match campaign, 1,939 children’s organizations received funding.

Holiday Match has raised more than $38 million since the program started in 1986. To learn more and apply click here.

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