Wheels for Warmth

Helping Our Neighbors Stay Warm All Winter

A fundraising campaign for Community Actions of Vermont
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TIRE SALE & DROP OFF

OCTOBER 25 - 27

  • SUPPORTING EMERGENCY HEATING ASSISTANCE
  • PROVIDING SAFE, AFFORDABLE TIRES
  • RESCUING OLD TIRES FROM RIVERS AND ROADS

On Thursday and Friday tires are dropped off and inspected by DMV officials at locations in Middlesex, Mendon, Stowe and Williston. The tire sale takes place Saturday from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Middlesex and Mendon. Over 3,000 people attend and participate in this event every year.

Over the past 13 years the program has raised over $425,000 for emergency heating assistance programs, rescued 45,000 tires from the waste stream, sold 17,000 safe tires, and recycled 28,000 unsafe tires.


SUPPORTS EMERGENCY HEATING ASSISTANCE BY:

                 


TIRE SALE:

OCTOBER 27 • 7 AM - 12 PM

MIDDLESEX • DUBOIS CONSTRUCTION (46 THREE MILE BRIDGE ROAD)

MENDON • CASELLA CONSTRUCTION (25 INDUSTRIAL LANE)


TIRE DROP OFF LOCATIONS:

OCTOBER 25 - 26 • 2 - 6 PM

MIDDLESEX • DUBOIS CONSTRUCTION (46 THREE MILE BRIDGE ROAD)

MENDON • CASELLA CONSTRUCTION (25 INDUSTRIAL LANE)

STOWE • STOWE EVENT FIELD (QUIET PATH - WEEK HILL ROAD SIDE)

WILLISTON • ALL CYCLE (AVENUE B)

WILLISTON• CASELLA WASTE SYSTEMS (AVENUE B AND C)

USABLE TIRES FREE • UNUSABLE TIRES $4 FEE


OCTOBER 15 - 23 • 8 AM - 4 PM

BARRE • BIGRAS AUTO & TIRE (25 GABLE PLACE)

COLCHESTER • MAZZA'S STORE (777 WEST LAKESHORE DRIVE)

RUTLAND • BROC (45 UNION STREET)

WAITSFIELD • VILLAGE GROCERY (4348 MAIN STREET)

MULTIPLE LOCATIONS • VIANOR TIRE

ALL TIRES $4 FEE


SPONSORS:
                                                       

 


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About the Organization

Community Actions of Vermont

Wheels for Warmth was started in 2005 by Governor Phil Scott to raise money to help Vermonters in need stay warm during winter and prevent unwanted tires from being discarded along roads and in rivers. Thanks to strong community support, over the past 13 years the program has raised over $425,000 for emergency heating assistance programs, rescued 45,000 tires from the waste stream, sold 17,000 safe tires, and recycled 28,000 unsafe tires.