Help given to Flathead Big Brothers Big Sisters
Posted: Jan 30, 2012 2:32 PM by Dax VanFossen (KAJ News)
KALISPELL- The owners of Eisinger Motors made the day a lot brighter Monday morning for the Flathead Valley Big Brothers Big Sisters Program.
Greg and Ben Eisinger presented Director Tim Sievers with a $35,000 check for the program which helps young girls and boys. The donation, which was presented in the lobby of Eisinger Honda, will go toward a number of different aspects of the organization.
Tim Sievers says Big Brothers BIg Sisters, helps to provide kids with the confidence and tools necessary to succeed.
"This is a tremendous deal, for our organization, more importantly for our kids and the community that we serve, you know I like to tell people that our program has a life transforming impact you know for the kids we work with," Sievers explained.
"It does feel good, you know we try to give to everyone we can, and obviously there's some no's that come along the way, but this program was in desperate need of help, and we just thought it was the right thing to do," Ben Eisinger added.
Sievers told us this donation was an amazing gift, which will go a long way towards helping out Flathead Valley kids in need.