Alta Convenience and Petro-Mart Raise Over $300,000 for Make-A-Wish

Funds were raised through the Buy-A-Star, Make-A-Wish in-store donation campaign.

January 08, 2024

CF Altitude LLC, operating as Alta Convenience and Petro-Mart, recently raised over $300,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the company said in a press release. Alta Convenience and Petro-Mart stores across Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Missouri and Illinois collectively raised over $300,000 for the Make-A-Wish Star campaign. The funds raised in each state directly benefit that state’s Make-A-Wish chapter.

CF Altitude stated that it remains dedicated to expanding its store network, with a continued desire to engage with and support organizations like the Make-A-Wish Foundation, extending its philanthropic reach to even more communities.

Recently, the GATE Foundation, the philanthropic affiliate of GATE Petroleum Company, raised $215,000 to benefit Camp Boggy Creek at the Gate Foundation annual charity golf tournament. Funds from the two-day event will support a free summer camp for children with serious illnesses.

Meanwhile, Maverik announced in December that the company raised $323,254 for Feeding America through its annual Round Up Your Change campaign. Maverik added a direct donation of $250,000 to that amount.

“Weve teamed up with Feeding America to activate our Round Up Your Change campaign for the third straight fall season, and the kindness of our customers continues to overwhelm us! said Chuck Maggelet, CEO and chief adventure guide of Maverik. “Local hunger remains a critical issue for our neighbors, and Maverik is proud to work together to help make a difference.”

Check out Convenience Cares in NACS Magazine to read more about how the convenience industry supports communities.