SMALL THINGS CAN MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE.
If you’re a fan of MINI, you already know how big an impact one little action can have. Multiply those little actions and the results can be downright humongous. That’s what we’re aiming to do to help Chase Britton. Chase, who recently started kindergarten, was born without a cerebellum – the part of the brain responsible for motor function – and his family’s list of medical expenses is never-ending. On top of that, another driver recently crashed into his family’s van, totaling it. Replacing the van is not an issue, but since Chase uses a wheelchair, the van requires an $18,000 modification, which will be an out-of-pocket expense.
But if everyone reading this email joins forces and chips in just a little bit, collectively we can make a huge difference in one little boy’s life.MAKE A DONATION LEARN MORE ABOUT CHASE’S STORY