Franchised auto retailers throughout New Jersey are partnering with the Valerie Fund to raise money for thousands of children who have cancer and blood disorders. The New Jersey Auto Retailers Unite campaign will highlight the work auto retailers do in communities across the state.

Freehold Ford, Mercedes-Benz of Freehold, Volkswagen of Freehold, Ray Catena of Freehold and DCH Auto Group have committed to participate in the campaign that will run through Oct. 31.

The dealerships will donate $5 to the Valerie Fund for every car sold. The Valerie Fund has supported comprehensive healthcare services for children with cancer and blood disorders since 1976.

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