Mastria In Your Community
Here at Mastria Buick GMC, we strive to promote a positive experience in our showrooms but also in our local communities. There is so much going on in our surrounding towns that our customers, their friends and families are involved in.
Blue Dog Shelter
We have a long-term relationship with this Brockton-based foundation. The Blue Dog Shelter helps families faced with heartbreaking decisions with their family pups. The shelter is designed to offer a home for any dog needing it, giving them a chance to have a roof over their head, a healthy diet and an opportunity to find a new home in our local community. This particular shelter also promotes the development of behavior, socialization and canine-to-family interaction through their unique enrichment methods.
Annual H.F. Knights Of Columbus 5K Charity Road Race
The Knights were formed to render financial aid to members and their families. Mutual aid and assistance are offered to sick, disabled, and needy members and their families. Social and intellectual fellowship is promoted among members and their families through educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief, and public relief works. The money raised from the race went to Holy Family Parish Center services.
Raynham Police Drug Awareness Program
We support our local Police department and its endeavors to help protect and serve our community. We recently helped sponsor the Drug and Awareness guide that would be distributed to local hot spots of the community to encourage understanding and provide valuable information on what our local department is doing to keep Raynham a drug-free town.
The Coyote Family Challenge
This local Carver race in which we support is lead by the Carver Elementary PTO and provides support to the school by raising funds to help selected classroom activities, necessary supplies, school programs improvement and much more.
George Colarullo Memorial Golf Tournament
We have recently sponsored this local cause that was held at Olde Scotland Links in Bridgewater. On the thirteenth hole, we featured the All-New 2013 ATS and if one of the players got a hole in one, they would win it. Unfortunately, no one drained a tee shot for the hole-in-one.
Wild Hearts Hunter Pace
Based out of West Bridgewater, the Wild Hearts Therapeutic Equestrian Program is a non-profit, charitable organization, founded in 2009 by Julie Lovely. Wild Hearts is dedicated to enriching their participants and all who work with them through Equine Assisted Activities and Therapy. They are currently developing a program for active-duty military and veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury, as well as an Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy Program. Sponsoring their annual pace raises money to help facilitate these great programs.