As the year comes to an end, we wanted to reflect on how we help support our local community 

First Responder Emergency Extrication 

Superior is a proud partner of NABC. The First Responder Emergency Extrication program provides rare training opportunities to firefighters and first responders. New technology is making it safer for drivers on the road, but it becomes more difficult for first responders to extricate when necessary. This training specifically focuses on preventing further injuries and learning where and when to cut and extricate efficiently.  

Beyond the Yellow Ribbon 

Superior supports this fantastic organization that supports military veterans, service members, and their families. From deployment readiness to resources and youth programs, Beyond the Yellow Ribbon is committed to creating awareness and helping those who have served, are serving, or are going to serve in the military.   

Jack’s Basket 

This organization celebrates babies with Down syndrome in three significant ways. 

  • Equip medical professionals with resources to communicate a diagnosis correctly. 
  • Connect new parents with resources through the basket delivery program. 
  • Sharing stories to educate others about Down syndrome. 

The Open Door Food Pantry 

With the mission to end local hunger with access to healthy food, The Open Door pantry offers food to families in need. Around 70% of the food they offer is fresh and perishable. They supply products such as milk, chicken, meat, eggs, dairy, bakery, fruits, and vegetables. The Open Door provides over two million pounds of food to food-insecure families annually. 

Gigi’s Playhouse 

This organization’s mission is to change how the world views Down syndrome. With 56 locations, Gigi’s Playhouse offers free educational programs that are therapeutic and career based. The programs are given through a playhouse model to individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community. 

Race for Automotive Education 

We are a proud sponsor of this local event that raises money for the AASP- MN education fund. The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers funds scholarships for automotive students enrolled in a NATEF-certified mechanical and collision repair program in Minnesota. The event is held at ProKart Indoors, and teams of mechanical and collision repair shops are represented in the races. 

Supporting our community is very important to us, and we do as much as possible to help those in need. If you have the means to give back to the community, we would love it if you supported these organizations with us!