News • OCTOBER 3, 2022
Chesapeake Fleet Vehicles Find New Purpose at Positive Tomorrows
Chesapeake recently donated two 15-passenger vans to Positive Tomorrows — Oklahoma’s only elementary school and social services agency for children and families facing homelessness. Since its beginning in 1989, Positive Tomorrows has relied on donations to pay for the daily operations of the school. The donated vehicles, which were retired from Chesapeake’s fleet, will help provide student transportation to and from school and extracurricular activities.
“Transportation is often a challenge for our students,” said Brandon Brooks, Director of Development at Positive Tomorrows. “Chesapeake’s vehicle donation enables us to remove this barrier to our students’ learning and increase their access to education.”
Brooke Coe, Chesapeake Manager of Communications and Sustainability, added, “Chesapeake has been a partner with Positive Tomorrows for more than two decades. We are proud to support the school’s critical transportation services and the organization’s work to break the cycle of homelessness through education.”
(L to R): Brooke Coe, Chesapeake Manager of Communications and Sustainability; Margaret Creighton, Positive Tomorrows President & CEO; Brandon Brooks, Positive Tomorrows Director of Development; Jordan Klaus, Chesapeake Fleet Specialist