Rallye Motor Company held a food drive and hosted its Children’s Holiday Party last week.
The holiday food drive, held at Rallye Lexus in Glen Cove, featured Sprinter vans filled with non-perishable food items donated by Rallye to Nosh Delivers. Founded during the pandemic, Nosh Delivers serves more than 500 families in the Glen Cove area, ensuring that local food-insecure families won’t go hungry.
In recognition of Rallye’s 65th anniversary, Rallye CEO Juliana Terian presented a $6,500 check to Long Island Cares as part of the nonprofit’s holiday corporate matching campaign.
Rallye hosted its annual Children’s Holiday Party at the company’s Roslyn headquarters. The party featured Santa Claus, played by longtime Rallye employee Victor Cosme arriving in a fire truck, and the event also included gifts donated by Rallye, Happy Meals donated by McDonalds, and more. Children from families in need from the Roslyn area received a gift from their wish list, along with additional gifts provided by Mercedes, BMW, Lexus, and Acura.