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The children at the Ashford Rise School of Dallas got a special delivery on Friday, and a chance to literally color outside the box. The Ashford Rise School of Dallas provides early education to children 6 months to 6 years with and without delays in an inclusive environment. The school focuses on a tailored-educational and social experience for each child. Local rideshare startup, Alto, wrapped one of its cars in all things Rise School and a portion of every single ride taken will benefit the school. The Alto team surprised the children with morning snacks in their school's very own specially-designed car! The company also is donating proceeds from every single ride to the Rise School, and hopes that people around town will see the special car and it will raise awareness for the organization's mission. You can spot the Rise Car all over North Texas for the next few months on the road!

It is important to Alto to partner with individuals and organizations making a difference in Dallas and our community. Alto worked with Dallas-based visual artist Alli Koch to bring the first Alto art car to life earlier this year - you can catch her designs on the road! This car also has the famous selfie station inside the backseat to capture your snapshots as you cruise around town. In June, Alto launched the Pride Car to celebrate Pride Month and debuted the new car in the Dallas Pride Parade. The car was decorated with rainbow designs! 

Learn more about Alto at www.ridealto.com and download the app in the App Store or Google Play to take your first ride.