Get-n-Go Youth Reward Card
Get-n-Go proudly supports the youth of our communities and celebrates their achievements!
Get-n-Go strives to give back to the communities that we do business in, especially supporting the youth and educators of those communities.
We provide Youth Reward Cards to schools to use for rewarding good behavior, completing goals, or as a motivational tool to be used by the educator the best way they see fit. The Youth Reward Card is a tool to help motivate and reward students. There is no purchase necessary when the card is redeemed, and the cards are furnished free to the schools.
So far, Get-n-go has donated over 50,000 cards to local schools.
Get-n-Go Serves at the Banquet
Get-n-Go employees and their family members prepared and served the evening meal at the Banquet. The first crew went early to prepare the meal. The second crew served the meal and did clean up. About 40 employees participated and a very rewarding time was had by all. The Banquet is a safe place where people can gather, receive nourishment, and experience love in action.
Get-n-Go Dedicates Habitat for Humanity Homes
Get-n-Go helped dedicate three Habitat for Humanity homes as a home sponsor. The contributions were provided by Get-n-Go and the BP Fueling Communities grant program. Get-n-Go employees also volunteered their time for a Habitat for Humanity project. Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
Get-n-Go Participates in Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive
Each year during the Christmas season, Get-n-Go helps collect money for the Salvation Army by placing Red Kettles by each cash register. Through the generosity of our customers, a total of $13,605.94 was collected during the 2014 Christmas season.
Get-n-Go Donates to Children’s Inn
Get-n-Go donated $10,000 to Children’s Inn of Sioux Falls. The donation was made possible partially through the BP Fueling Communities matching grant program. Children's Inn provides free services for women, children and men who are victims of family violence, elder abuse, child abuse, neglect or sexual assault.