STURGIS, S.D. – The Sturgis Area United Way held their annual Bucks for Breakfast drive through fundraiser Wednesday morning.
The local chapter set up in the parking lot of the Sturgis Community Center and residents were able to drive through and get a hot cup of coffee and a treat for a donation.
Kerry Lassaux, Development Director with United Way of the Black Hills, says several area businesses donated for this year’s event, including Lynn’s Dakotamart, Good Witch Cake Company, The Hotel Sturgis, Loud American Roadhouse, REV it UP Expresso and Pop’s Cookie Jar.
She says it shows the community involvement that brings such good to the area.
United Way of the Black Hills brings together donors, volunteers, advocates, nonprofits, leaders and more to tackle the Black Hills regions’ top seven most pressing needs. They include mental health access and affordability, substance abuse resources, birth to 5 child care services, food security, home and family life services and resources, affordable housing and economic opportunities.