Patty Peck Honda in the community

Patty Peck Honda Community Involvement

Patty Peck Honda is proud to serve our customers and our community. We are long-time contributors and supporters of many worthwhile organizations and events in Mississippi. Our commitment to giving back to our community is very important to us and continues all year long. Below are just a few of the recent events we have been involved with. 

USO Barbecue For The Troops

USO Barbecue For The Troops Saturday November 1st 11am - 4pm

The USO BBQ for the Troops event will be held at the Patty Peck Honda Dealership: Get Directions here. Patty Peck Honda wants to help the USO support our nation’s troops and their families as well as give our community a chance to show their support to those who sacrifice so much for our country. Our fundraising goal is $10,000! To make an online donation now visit: Patty Peck Honda BBQ For The Troops Donation Page

Diabetes Foundation of MS Car for a Cure 2014 Winner

Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi Car for a Cure Raffle 

Patty Peck Honda donated a 2013 Honda Fit Sport to Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi's annual Car for a Cure Raffle. The 2014 winner was Wendy Steed of Madison MS.  Patty Peck Honda has donated a new Honda for the past 26 years. This year the proceeds will benefit the DFM's Camp Kandu for children with Diabetes and Diabetes Alert Dog Program. (Pictured: Wendy Steed, Patty Peck Christie, Jeff Christie and Mary Fortune) 

Patty Peck Honda Doo Dah Day Blue Car Giveaway 2014 Winner

Batson Children's Hospital Benefit - Patty Peck Honda Doo Dah Day Blue Car Giveaway 

Patty Peck Honda annually sponsors the Zippity Doo Dah Day Blue Car Giveaway, a fundraiser for Friends of Children's Hospital with proceeds benefiting Batson Children's Hospital. This is the only medical facility in the state devoted exclusively to the care and treatment of sick and injured children and adolescents. The 2014 winner of this years 2013 Honda Fit Sport was Cynthia Williams of Brandon MS. (Pictured: Bob Aubrey GM, Cynthia Williams, and Jill Conner Browne SPQ)