Sunset Automotive Group donated $5,000 to Hope Family Services in Bradenton on Dec. 22. HOPE’s primary purpose is to provide services to survivors of domestic violence and help them stay safe, gain strength and evaluate their options. From left, Melissa McKeehan, chief financial officer for Sunset Automotive Group; Laurel Lynch, CEO of Hope Family Services; Dawn Bryant, shelter director of Hope Family Services; and Andrea Jackson, executive director of Sunset Automotive Group.
Sunset Automotive Group donated $5,000 to Hope Family Services in Bradenton on Dec. 22. HOPE’s primary purpose is to provide services to survivors of domestic violence and help them stay safe, gain strength and evaluate their options. From left, Melissa McKeehan, chief financial officer for Sunset Automotive Group; Laurel Lynch, CEO of Hope Family Services; Dawn Bryant, shelter director of Hope Family Services; and Andrea Jackson, executive director of Sunset Automotive Group. PROVIDED PHOTO
Sunset Automotive Group donated $5,000 to Hope Family Services in Bradenton on Dec. 22. HOPE’s primary purpose is to provide services to survivors of domestic violence and help them stay safe, gain strength and evaluate their options. From left, Melissa McKeehan, chief financial officer for Sunset Automotive Group; Laurel Lynch, CEO of Hope Family Services; Dawn Bryant, shelter director of Hope Family Services; and Andrea Jackson, executive director of Sunset Automotive Group. PROVIDED PHOTO

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