Starling’s All Stars
In 2022, Joe Sarro, Starling Chevrolet’s General Manager, and his Team have continued their ongoing commitment to the Lowcountry community. One of these amazing programs is a planned giving initiative beginning in March 2022 with Camp Rise Above, a non-profit that provides life-changing camp experiences to children with serious illnesses, disabilities and challenges. Starling’s AllStars program will send special campers to day camps with Camp Rise Above at James Island County Park as well as overnight camp at Camp Cole outside of Columbia, SC – it will also provide funding for Family Fun Days for Camp Rise Above campers and their families and hospital camps. A portion of each vehicle sold between March 2022 and December 2022 will be donated to support Camp Rise Above. As Joe stated “We are very excited to have the opportunity to support Camp Rise Above and their mission of giving children strength for the journey. Every child no matter their medical challenges or disabilities should have the opportunity to go to summer camp and we are thrilled to help make that dream come true for these children and their families.”
Mr. Sarro & his team have also committed to continuing their support to MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital above and beyond their $55k donation in 2021. With a deep passion and focus on supporting our Lowcountry area high schools, Starling will continue their support throughout the year.
For more information on Camp Rise Above please visit: https://campriseabove.org/
Starling Chevrolet is committing $55,000 in donations through the ‘Drive to 55’ fundraising initiative for MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital. This initiative is being facilitated through the Starling Chevrolet sales and service teams, located at 1607 North Highway 17 in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Serving your community is a core value of leading American manufacturer, Chevrolet. In 2017, Chevrolet launched a global initiative called ‘Chevy Cares’ which includes focused incentives and funding to help eradicate Breast Cancer, support our military as they transition into civilian life, and promote healthy living amongst today’s youth. However, the family and staff at Starling Chevrolet wanted to take that initiative one step further by giving back to a local organization that makes a positive impact on the families of the Lowcountry. “As the world turned its attention to battling the global pandemic of COVID-19, our future generations continued to be impacted through illnesses, diseases, and accidents. Regardless of a family’s financial status, we believe no child should ever be turned away for the healthcare they need. They deserve our very best,” remarked General Manager Joe Sarro.
“We are grateful for Mr. Sarro and the entire Starling Chevrolet team for their dedication to support our Lowcountry communities,” said Mark Scheurer, M.D. Chief Children’s & Women’s Services, MUSC. “They understand that engaged businesses and communities raise healthier children who perform better in school and may even form healthier lifestyles. We appreciate their support and continued efforts for our youngest residents.”
Starling Chevrolet is part of the Starling Automotive Group and is led by Mount Pleasant resident, Joe Sarro. Mr. Sarro and his team, comprised of Lowcountry natives, embody what it means to be a community partner through their support of organizations such as Toys for Tots, Mount Pleasant Recreation Department, Wando High School Band, just to name a few.
Starling Chevrolet is open Monday-Saturday from 8:30am-8:00pm. To learn more information about the dealership or the ‘Drive to 55’ initiative, you may contact us or follow us on Facebook @StarlingChevyMP and Instagram @StarlingChevroletMP.