The Women in Motion Fund of the High Point Community Foundation received a generous corporate gift from The Car Wash Company who are quickly becoming one of High Point’s most generous corporate benefactors.

On Wednesday, December 15, 2017, Blake and Hope Frazier, owners and operators of The Car Wash Company, joined other local companies who are investing in projects that are impacting their customers in High Point. The Fraziers, who relocated from Georgia, have built a state-of-the-art car wash located on South Main Street, just beyond the old 85 exit. The business has become well-known and very popular for their neon lime green colors and their high-tech washing process that is setting a new standard in the industry.

“I met Blake and Hope about two years ago and could see right away that they were people who wanted to not only bring a great business to High Point, but also give back to the community,” noted Paul Lessard, President, High Point Community Foundation. “Over the past year they have made multiple gifts to local non-profit organizations and local schools that are making a positive difference in the High Point Community. They are young, committed and they have a real heart for touching the folks in High Point! I’m so proud of them!”

Their most recent gift to the Women in Motion Fund was made by Blake in honor of his wife, Hope. The Fund which was established by the Paul Brayton Family who gave an initial gift of $500,000 with an additional matching gift of $250,000 to help encourage others to contribute. The Fund, which has been led by Chairman Martha Yarborough, is focused upon Women’s causes and promoting and empowering women of all races, creeds, ages and economic backgrounds.

“We are so grateful for Blake and Hope for their generous gift to this fund,” said Yarborough. “They are such a young, sincere couple whose giving is direct extension of their Christian faith. It’s wonderful to see our corporate community stepping up to support the women in the greater High Point community which includes Thomasville, Archdale, Trinity and Jamestown.”

The leadership team of the Women in Motion Fund have been working hard these past four months to meet the $250,000 match offered by the Brayton family and are getting close. For every dollar donors give the Brayton family will match it dollar for dollar up to $250,000, so those who give immediately double their gift.

[Photo: Standing left to right are Paul Lessard, Blake Frazier and Hope Frazier—owners of The Car Wash Company—Lisa Brayton, Martha Yarborough, Sherri Scott.]