United Way Supported Agency, Insight Human Services, Receives $20,000 Donation

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Quality Oil Company of Winston-Salem in partnership with Shell/Motiva Enterprises recently donated $20,000 to  Insight Human Services, Inc. a United Way of Forsyth County supported agency.

Insight Human Services, Inc., provides substance abuse and mental health services in 50 counties across North Carolina. The donation was funded directly through Motiva via mystery shop violations of various Shell dealers and stations across the country.

For consideration of fund allocation, Shell council members were asked to submit nominations for agencies connected with drug enforcement, drug abuse, and/or rehabilitation for addiction. Quality Oil’s submission was selected.

Representatives from both companies attended as Quality Oil Company president Graham Bennett presented the check to Bob Richardson, Peer Support Specialist, Insight Human Services (pictured below).

“We’re a member of each and every community we serve, and it’s important to us that we do what we can to support those in need,” said Graham Bennett, President of Quality Oil Company.

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Photo Caption:

From left to right: Jeffrey Rubin (Shell), Jeff Matkins (Insight Human Services), Ryland Tisdale (United Way), Bob Richardson (Insight Human Services), Steve Bradley (Shell), Graham Bennett (Quality Oil), and Tim Lowman (Quality Oil).